Potatoes in Canada

2022 Ontario Potato Conference
March 2, 2022 at 10:00am

Join us virtually for the Ontario Potato Conference on Wednesday, March 2, 2022. The day includes five sessions focused on key topics for Ontario potato production, helping you get the crop off to a good start!

This event has concluded. Please find the session recordings below:

Battling the Blackleg complex successfully [0.5 CCA-CEU in Integrated Pest Management]

Ian Toth, International Expert on Blackleg Disease, Senior Principal Researcher at the James Hutton Institute, Dundee, Scotland, UK

Black dot – the silent, early yield robber: Epidemiology and management [0.5 CCA-CEU in Integrated Pest Management]

Julie Pasche, Professor, North Dakota State University, Fargo, ND

Experiences with minimum tillage on potatoes [0.5 CCA-CEU in Soil and Water Management]

Homer Vander Zaag, potato producer, H.J.Vander Zaag Farms LTD, Alliston, ON   

Climate change: How heat impacts potatoes at different growth stages [0.5 CCA-CEU in Crop Management]

Mike Thornton, Professor, Parma Research & Extension Center, University of Idaho, Parma, ID            

Dealing with Linuron shortage in 2022 [0.5 CCA-CEU in Integrated Pest Management]

Darin Gibson, Research Agronomist, President, Gaia Consulting, Portage la Prairie, MB

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