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US: Useful guides published for fungicides, fertilizer and growth promotion products

Potato Grower magazine recently published a Fungicide Buyers’ Guide in its March 2020 issue.

The editor of the magazine says that “over the years, growers, researchers and chemical reps have worked tirelessly to develop sustainable, economical solutions to the problems posed by these fungal maladies. Potato Grower’s fungicide buyers’ guide showcases a few of those solutions.”

This guide can be found on the Potato Grower magazine website here.

A Fertilizer & Growth Promoter Buyers’ Guide was also published in the March 2020 issue of Potato Grower.

Says the editor: “The outside observer may think farming is as simple as throwing some seed in the ground, watering it once in a while, and waiting for something to grow. (Hello, Mike Bloomberg!) Of course, nothing could be farther from the truth. Even barring disease and drought, it takes a lot to produce a successful crop of potatoes.” Which at times include the application of growth promotion products.

On this page of Potato Grower magazine online you’ll find much of the latest technology offered by companies to aid growth promotion of potatoes.

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