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IPM Training Module Launched

A new online resource makes it easier for potato growers and potato scouts to spot problems early. Positive comments are coming fast and furious for...

Convincing the Unconvinced on Precision Agriculture

An Alberta agronomic consultant hopes his “data driven agriculture” proves an easier-to-adopt twist on precision agriculture. Precision agriculture is cutting edge, high-tech and full of...

Potato-Vegetable Growers Give $5 Million for UW-Research

Potato growers plan to give $5 million to University of Wisconsin-Madison during the next decade to conduct research for the industry. Members of the Wisconsin...

U.S. Researchers program drone to hunt PVY in potatoes

U.S. researchers say they’ve pinpointed individual spud plants infected with potato virus Y with 90 per cent accuracy, using hyperspectral cameras mounted on drones. Donna...

UAVs coming to a potato field near you

Though unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are just beginning to buzz over Canadian crop fields, experts agree these new ‘eyes in the sky’ are about...

Using smartphones to battle pests

New pest app can help identify pests and provide management advice. A new app has been designed to help growers of field crops identify and...

IPM Training Module Launched

A new online resource makes it easier for potato growers and potato scouts to spot problems early. Positive comments are coming fast and furious for...

Convincing the Unconvinced on Precision Agriculture

An Alberta agronomic consultant hopes his “data driven agriculture” proves an easier-to-adopt twist on precision agriculture. Precision agriculture is cutting edge, high-tech and full of...

Potato-Vegetable Growers Give $5 Million for UW-Research

Potato growers plan to give $5 million to University of Wisconsin-Madison during the next decade to conduct research for the industry. Members of the Wisconsin...

U.S. Researchers program drone to hunt PVY in potatoes

U.S. researchers say they’ve pinpointed individual spud plants infected with potato virus Y with 90 per cent accuracy, using hyperspectral cameras mounted on drones. Donna...

UAVs coming to a potato field near you

Though unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are just beginning to buzz over Canadian crop fields, experts agree these new ‘eyes in the sky’ are about...

Using smartphones to battle pests

New pest app can help identify pests and provide management advice. A new app has been designed to help growers of field crops identify and...