Trends

US: Lowly potato could become Nebraska’s next industry

Once upon a time, the common potato was an important part of western Nebraska’s economy. Then times changed and specialty markets evolved. Potato culls were turned into dehydrated products such as instant mashed potatoes, and “formed” potato chips. But Alex Pavlista, professor of agronomy and horticulture at the UNL Panhandle Research and Extension Center in Scottsbluff, has a new vision for the lowly vegetable. He sees a modern industry based on organic, dryland potatoes. More

Editor & Publisher: Lukie Pieterse


Feel free to get in touch with Lukie!
He’ll be happy to share your company’s news stories on Potato News Today:
lukie@potatonewstoday.com
Connect on LinkedIn
Follow on Twitter
About us

Advertise your company

Showcase your company here, or contact Lukie to discuss opportunities.

LOCKWOOD Mfg

PULSEMASTER

TOMRA FOOD

HarvestEye

DORMFRESH | 1,4GROUP

CROP.ZONE

How many times were news stories read by our visitors?

  • 1,748,277