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Mapping and evaluating the health of potato fields based on satellite data
Rezatec - a UK based company focused on the analysis and interpretation of satellite data - has in collaboration with AHDB Potatoes investigated the effectiveness of using satellite data to map the extent of potato crops in pilot locations across the UK.
Turning potatoes into plant sensors for the US Military
Researchers with the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture will lead a new DARPA program of $7.5 million to use potato plants as a new, revolutionary sensor platform to detect environmental threats to deployed troops and civilians.
Thursday, October 4, 2018
New Innovation Centre Avebe to combine knowledge and stimulate cooperation
After a construction period of more than a year, the new Avebe Innovation Centre at the Zernike Campus in Groningen was inaugurated Friday by René Paas, Commissioner of the King for the province of Groningen
Sunday, September 30, 2018
Identifican gen que aumentaría la productividad de la papa
Un estudio alemán apoya los resultados obtenidos por el Instituto Leloir de Argentina: los genes del reloj biológico de las plantas, que les permite adaptarse a los cambios de luz durante el día y las estaciones, podrían aumentar su rendimiento.
Wednesday, September 5, 2018
University of Lethbridge shows industry partners its growing potato research activities
Last Friday, the University of Lethbridge has opened the doors to its Potato Research Lab to showcase the work being done to support potato growers and processors.
Saturday, August 18, 2018
How to measure if a potato is PEF-treated just right?
In Pulsed Electric Field Treatment of potato, the treatment intensity needs to be monitored to optimize process performance and product yield. So how can that be done?
Range of potato experiments underway at Maine Research Farm (Aroostook)
Farmers, researchers and members of the public gathered at the University of Maine’s Aroostook Research Farm in Presque Isle last Wednesday to learn about the latest in potato research.
ARS scientists streamline process to introduce multiple genes - as is required to make potatoes resistant to late blight
Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists in Albany, California, have found a way to streamline the process that scientists use to insert multiple genes into a crop plant. Simplot is planning to use it to introduce multiple genes into potatoes to make them resistant to late blight