North America, Production/Agronomy, Studies/Reports, Trends

Weather turns from foe to ally for US potato growers

Some potato growers in Washington and Oregon had trouble getting their crop in the ground, as wet and cold conditions lingered into planting season. However, once they did, the growing process seemed supercharged, they said. “We were all concerned this spring about the upcoming crop, due to a late planting,” said Chris Voigt, executive director of the Moses Lake-based Washington State Potato Commission. “We[Read More...]

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