Production/Agronomy, Research

US: Healthier soil for the sake of larger spud crop

Until the 1970s, Maine potato farmers were some of the most productive in the world, growing thousands of pounds more per acre than the rest of the United States. Since then, though, Maine’s potato yields have remained pretty much flat, at about 300 hundredweight (or 30,000 pounds) per acre. Meanwhile, in Idaho, Washington and other major potato growing states, yields have consistently[Read More...]

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