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Category Archives: Sweet Potato Production
The USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) recently hosted a webinar entitled , “An Overview of the PACA Complaint Process”. Information on how to access this webinar and other information on this program is detailed in the message below that was sent out … Continue reading
Several biopesticides are now registered for use on organic and conventional crops. Effective use of these products depends on the user having a good understanding of what they are and how they work, as their action and use can be … Continue reading
By: Wayne Du, On-Farm Food Safety Specialist Do you use soil amendments such as manure or composted manure? Are you aware of the food safety risks? Here are some helpful tips to protect your crop from potential contamination. What is … Continue reading
Every summer we see insects munching on sweet potato foliage, but this year there seems to be a bit more feeding than normal. In addition to the usual suspects – flea beetles, grasshoppers and Japanese beetles – we are also … Continue reading