Archived versions of the Potatoes in Canada e-newsletter are below.
Navigating succession through the generationsJuly 18, 2018Family matters in succession planningJuly 11, 2018Welcome to Ag Succession MonthJuly 5, 2018Welcome to Ag Succession MonthJuly 5, 2018Simple yet effective: spore traps help detect late blightJune 29, 2018The benefits of wild potatoes from GermanyMay 25, 2018Breathing life into New Brunswick SoilApril 27, 2018Dickeya control starts with seedMarch 30, 2018New potato varieties announcedFebruary 23, 2018Potato psyllid and zebra chip updateJanuary 26, 2018Are you storing your potatoes properly?January 12, 2018A new herbicide option for potato growersDecember 29, 2017Creating vitamin-enriched potatoesNovember 24, 2017Weed control goes digitalOctober 27, 2017Cavendish Farms expands | Top ten harvest tipsSeptember 29, 2017Ag150: The future – Technology leading the waySeptember 22, 2017The future – Challenges and opportunitiesSeptember 21, 2017The present – The state of the industrySeptember 20, 2017The past - Heritage farms part IISeptember 19, 2017A celebration of agriculture and Canada’s 150thSeptember 18, 2017No sign of zebra chip in Alberta | Support for modernized NAFTAAugust 25, 2017Possibility of reduced yields in P.E.I. | Five-year partnership reached for Canadian ag sectorJuly 28, 2017Safeguarding food security | Bringing wild relatives into breeding programsJune 30, 2017Success stories: how four farm families are dealing with the transition of ownershipJune 16, 2017Next generation owners: thinking ahead for successionJune 15, 2017Expert advice: managing the moving parts of succession planningJune 14, 2017Legal considerations for succession | Tax and finance adviceJune 13, 2017Welcome to Ag Succession Week! A new resource for your family farmJune 12, 2017Identification of PVY resistance | Laser sorts out toxic spudsMay 26, 2017Speeding up potato breeding | Funding for expansion of potato marketApril 12, 2017Controlling scab | Good and bad news on potato psyllidMarch 15, 2017P.E.I. working hard to keep new disease away | Monitoring pestsMarch 8, 2017New potato breeds on the way | Canadian wireworm trapFebruary 15, 2017Spotting PVY from the air | How plants fight diseaseFebruary 8, 2017P.E.I. inspection facility to close | Cavendish expanding in AlbertaJanuary 10, 2017Pesticide ban could impact farmers | Potato industry could boost P.E.I.’s economyDecember 8, 2016USDA deregulates two more varieties | New non-fumigant nematicideNovember 25, 2016Canadian potato harvest update | Biochar may reduce yieldsOctober 28, 2016IPM training module | Variety trial resultsSeptember 30, 2016Late blight in Manitoba | Heat causing problems in OntarioJuly 27, 2016McCain Canada expands in N.B. | Dickeya is comingJune 24, 2016Planting ahead of last year | Tackling the yield challengeMay 27, 2016Wireworm control | The dark side of black cutwormApril 29, 2016
Trap offers new wireworm control | Drones for better potato yields (March 2016)New spud coming to P.E.I. | Made-for-farming drone technology (February 2016)Potato production increased in 2015 | Government invests in processing facility (January 2016)More Ontario potatoes on Ontario plates | New irrigation method saves water (December 2015)P.E.I. cuts disinfection service | Production up in Manitoba, Quebec (November 2015)No cases of late blight in P.E.I. | Potatoes screened for metal on farms (October 2015)Innate potato update | Tighter security on PEI | Surveying producer stress (September 2015)Nurse crop project | Advancing potato genomics | Gene stacking for blight resistance (August 2015)Tampering tips award | Paying for potato screening | Antitrust lawsuit settled (July 2015)2015-06-26 (June 2015)Boosting soil productivity | Potato tampering in Atlantic Canada | Saltwater potatoes (May 2015)New AAFC selections | Seed piece treatment | Food safety network (April 2015)Funding for potato research | Spending more for biotech potatoes? | Less-than-perfect produce (March 2015)Report on tampering | GMO potatoes in 'closed loop' | Working together on late blight (February 2015)Tampering puts growers on edge | Changing palates impact production | Breeders working on diversity (January 2015)Canadian potato production | PEI Potato Board chooses new executive | Colourful new varieties (December 2014)Low glycemic potato | Ontario aims to reduce neonicotinoid use | Potato wart in five PEI fields (November 2014)Revolutionary production? | Salt-tolerant potatoes | Food tampering investigation (October 2014)No late blight found in Manitoba yet | Watching out for storage rots (September 2014)Late-season management of late blight | Industry shocked by McCain plant closure (August 2014)New blight strain worries potato farmers | U of Lethbridge receives research investment (July 2014)Industry calls for high-capacity irrigation wells | Late blight pathogen originates from Mexico (June 2014)New testing requirements for PCN | Late blight workshop to be held in Alberta (May 2014)Potato acres likely to drop in Manitoba | P.E.I. farmers say planting is on hold (April 2014)Adding longevity to soil health | Potato farming in the United States (March 2014)Potato Research Centre unveils new varieties | New wash facility to open in P.E.I (February 2014)Growers want deep well permits | Pest causes m in lost crops (January 2014)Sharing with the world | Ontario pesticide survey now online (December 2013)P.E.I. potatoes in high demand | Canadian potato yield increased in 2013 (November 2013)
Mancozeb fungicide use only permitted for potatoesThe Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) completed its re-evaluation of…
Natural pest control under review in P.E.I.A research scientist at Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in P.E.I. is…
Heatwave keeps late blight in check but stems sunburnOntario's hot weather keeps late blight in check but some…
Ontario Potato Field DayThu Aug 23, 2018 @ 3:00PM - 08:00PM