AgronomyCrop Production2018 Northeast Potato Technology Forum

2018 Northeast Potato Technology Forum

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The 2018 Northeast Potato Technology Forum will be held March 21-22, 2018, at the Crowne Plaza Lord Beaverbrook Hotel in downtown Fredericton, N.B.

This annual event provides potato researchers, extension specialists and industry representatives from Atlantic Canada and Northeastern United States an opportunity to discuss potato research and exchange technical information of benefit to the potato industry.

Participation is open to all private and public researchers, extension specialists, growers, and other potato industry personnel who would like to share information on a particular research topic or technology transfer project. This forum is an excellent opportunity to establish networks with potato specialists from the region, make new friends or renew friendships with old acquaintances.

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