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Publication application/x-troff-ms Checklist of Potato Emergence Problems
At times, potato growers may experience poor emergence of potato plants. There are number of reasons why potato plants may not emerge properly. This article is intended to provide a list of common problems that can cause poor potato emergence and stand. Utilizing this list can help growers more rapidly identify the cause and improve management of the crop and subsequent crops.
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Publication object code Early Blight in Potato
Early blight of potato is caused by the fungal pathogen Alternaria solani. The disease affects leaves, stems and tubers and can reduce yield, tuber size, storability of tubers, quality of fresh-market and processing tubers and marketability of the crop.
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Publication Octet Stream Fertilizing Potato in North Dakota
The previous edition provided a nutrient rate to potato regardless of varietal efficiency nad harvest date. This edition provides this updated information and also recommendation potassium based in part on soil clay chemistry.
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Publication ECMAScript program Herbicide Injury in Potatoes
Pictures of herbicide injury in potatoes.
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Publication object code Late Blight in Potato
Late blight is caused by the funguslike oomycete pathogen Phytophthora infestans. This potentially devastating disease can infect potato foliage and tubers at any stage of crop development.
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Publication Managing Lenticel Spot on potato tubers
Lenticels in potato tubers are an unsightly blemish. These blemishes may reduce marketability of tubers and be an entry point for pathogens. Learn about how lenticel spot is caused and tips on managing this disorder.
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Publication North Dakota Fresh Market Potato Cultivar/Selection Trial Results for 2019
Potato cultivars or selections included in this report were selected from recently released cultivars or from advancing selections or cultivars that are new to the United States. In 2019, two trials were conducted to identify traits of red-skinned and yellow-skinned potato cultivars and advanced selections at Hoople, N.D.
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Publication North Dakota Fresh Market Potato Cultivar/Selection Trial Results for 2020
Potato cultivars or selections included in this report were selected from recently released cultivars, advancing selections with release potential (numbered lines progressing through the trial process), or cultivars that are new to the U.S. Standard potato cultivars used by growers served as checks. The agronomic data presented in Tables 1 and 2 were analyzed statistically. These analyses allow the reader to ascertain, at a predetermined level of confidence, if the differences observed among cultivars/selections are reliable, or if they might be due to error inherent in the experimental process.
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Publication Northern Plains Fresh Market Potato Cultivar/Selection Trial Results for 2016
Potatoes reported were selected from recently released cultivars or from advancing selections, or cultivars that are new to the United States. This includes red-and-yellow-skinned cultivars grown near Big Lake MN and contain graded yield results
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Publication Octet Stream Plant Back of Non-Certified Seed Potato Tubers in North Dakota and Minnesota
From time to time there are shortages in the seed supply and some growers want to plant back non-certified seed. The objective of this article is to cover these rules for North Dakota and Minnesota and discuss how to select the best seed tubers.
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