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Podcast: Adding to the potato rotation to boost soil health

This episode of the Potatoes in Canada podcast series “Tuber Talk” focuses on the agronomic practices in Prince Edward Island, one of Canada’s largest potato producing provinces.

Ryan Barrett, research coordinator with the P.E.I. Potato Board, shares what crops P.E.I. producers are adding to the rotation to boost soil health. Barrett discusses what they’ve seen with mustards, buckwheat, sorghum sudangrass, Pearl millet, on top of sharing his experiences working on the Island.

You can find Ryan Barrett on Twitter at @rbarrettPEI.

Listen to the episode on this page of the Potatoes in Canada website, or download it here for later wherever you listen to podcasts.

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