An app to smartly identify plant pests and diseases
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Modern technology put to practical use for potato growers: A smartphone app developed by The James Hutton Institute in Scotland … Read More

Deciphering potential climate change impacts on potato production
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Recent extreme weather events such as heat and drought, and unprecedented heavy rain have resulted in reduced bulking and encouraged … Read More

Technology to boost quality of processed potatoes
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Pulsed Electric Field (PEF) technology has become a buzz term in the potato processing industry the past few years. This new technology is said to … Read More

Bryan Hart: Fighting the powdery scab battle
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Project PT16002 is a three-year project examining if different field soils affect the development of powdery scab in potato crops … Read More

Potato update
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By Gemma Carroll, Communications & Engagement Officer, Potatoes NZ  The 2018-2019 Summer Season has been fairly stable so far, though as … Read More

Chip Group update
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2019 sees the Potatoes New Zealand Conference and with that the announcement of our two big Chip Group, Industry Awards. … Read More

Don’t fear the low-carb trend
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It’s always interesting to look at food trend predictions, which come around every year telling us how and what we’re … Read More

e-newsletter #79 – November 2018
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News PNZ continue to work alongside Biosecurity NZ on the PMTV response. All updates are posted on our website. The … Read More

Eco-friendly potato skin packaging
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It was widely reported in the media during September that Italian designers Simone Caronni, Paolo Stefano Gentile and Pietro Gaeli … Read More

Soil borne disease research projects
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By Heather Chalmers  The continued presence of soil and seed-borne diseases in potato crops can be partly mitigated by sowing … Read More

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