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June 18, 2014


Simplot's GMO potato plan advances - The Boise agribusiness says that its Innate spuds reduce waste, but farmers might struggle to sell them (The Idaho Statesman)


April 26, 2014


Sowing the seeds of giving farmers more say (Winnipeg Free Press)


February 17, 2014


New strain of British genetically modified potato appears immune to the devastating fungus responsible for the great Irish famine of 1845 (Herald Scotland)


February 3, 2014


Potatoes could step up performance under climate change pressure
La posibilidad de rendimientos más altos de patatas como resultado del cambio climático


January 13, 2014


Bayer CropScience reveals insights into U.S. potato industry’s top needs for 2014 during Potato Expo - Survey uncovers potato industry predictions and needs for the new year


December 18, 2013


Hope rises for global food security as world’s largest agricultural research partnership marks major milestone: doubles funding to $1 billion in five years - Fruits of new investments in CGIAR could include big boost in rice production for Asia, sustainable irrigation for millions of parched farms in Africa, and dramatic drop in forest destruction tied to agriculture


October 16, 2013


Spuds most sustainable crop: UK study


July 29, 2013


GMOs may feed the world using fewer pesticides (PBS)


June 11, 2013


Netherlands - "Ample freedom of choice: growers can easily switch seed suppliers" - No monopolisation in the Dutch plant breeding industry (Fresh Plaza)


May 24, 2013


New research shows that potatoes provide one of the best nutritional values per penny


May 21, 2013


“Whodunnit” of Irish potato famine solved - An international team of scientists reveals that a unique strain of potato blight they call HERB-1 triggered the Irish potato famine of the mid-nineteenth century
Das Herbarium als Geschichtsbuch – dem Erreger der Kartoffelfäule auf der Spur - Molekularbiologen rekonstruieren die historische Verbreitung des Kartoffelfäule-Erregers aus Herbar-Belegen


May 20, 2013


Do potatoes grow on vines? A review of the wild relatives of some favorite food plants (Plant Science)


May 18, 2013


Potato may help feed Ethiopia in era of climate change (PhysOrg)


March 27, 2013


Ningún riesgo encontrado en 20 años de estudios continuados de OMGs


March 14, 2013


Unitd Kingdom - GM a key topic at launch of horticulture partnership (Farmers Guardian)


February 7, 2013


Scientists identify genetic mechanism that contributed to Irish famine - Research by UC Riverside plant pathologists is the first to show that RNA silencing regulates plant defense against the notorious Phytophthora pathogens


January 31, 2013


GM potatoes likely to return, says University of Idaho Joseph Guenthner (Capital Press)


January 28, 2013


Food self-sufficiency no longer option for China (South China Morning Post)


January 10, 2013


U.S. potato industry hears about consumer trends and growth opportunities at POTATO EXPO 2013


November 27, 2012


Kenya - The importance of clean potato seed (The Guardian)


November 20, 2012


12 GMO foods that may one day hit your Thanksgiving dinnertable (Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News)


October 31, 2012


Klimaerwärmung beschert Kartoffelbauern Probleme (Proplanta)


September 24, 2012


USA - Maine Congressman Mike Michaud praises investment in potato research (St. John Valley Times)


September 8, 2012


United Kingdom - Potato breeding changing focus (Farmers Weekly)


August 17, 2012


Devastating pest risk to $400 million Australian tomato industry


August 6, 2012


Wisconsin, USA - Spud bank stores world's varieties (Journal Sentinel)


August 2, 2012


Kampf gegen die Saatgutindustrie - Karsten Ellenberg, der Kartoffel-Krieger (Der Spiegel)
 


August 1, 2012


Challenging summer is hot topic for British potato producers


July 31, 2012


Blight-resistant GM spuds to save Irish growers €450/ha, says TEAGASC (Independent)


July 16, 2012


Züchtungsprojekt für krautfäuleresistente Kartoffeln


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