Fertility and Nutrients
One of the more than 70 USDA studies in Maine looking at the effects of crops like mustard, rapeseed and barley in potato rotations. Photo by USDA-ARS If you’re dealing with some tough soil-borne diseases, adding canola, mustard or rapeseed to your potato rotation could help. That important finding emerged…
Sept. 25, 2014, Prince Edward Island – A new method of applying fertilizer to potato crops, with the intent to grow a more desirable potato while cutting down on costly fertilizer waste, is showing promise in Prince Edward Island, reports The Guardian. | READ MORE
Southern Alberta is well known as cattle country, but the region also is home to significant commercial potato production. Now, a partnership between a potato grower and cattle producer has proven to be a fortuitous – albeit rather unorthodox – opportunity to unite the two industries for mutual benefit. Harold…
Potato crops require large amounts of most inputs and potato growers seek economical alternatives for what this high-value crop requires.
One day soon, you might be able to give your potato crop an extra boost from beneficial bacteria, thanks to some innovative studies by Ontario researchers.
Adjusting fertility programs by the tiniest increment could net a yield increase. All that might be required is better understanding the soil’s needs or choosing nutrient materials that will work more effectively in particular soil profiles. Three top potato experts share their tips for tweaking fertility that are valid for…
A simple blood test at a medical laboratory can tell your doctor a lot about your health. From the test results, a doctor can suggest ways to improve your overall well-being. Human blood tests were the inspiration for Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) researcher Dr. Helen Tai to consider a…

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