Happy Friday.  A chillier stretch of weather, but far from the temperature extremes of friends in other parts of North America. The last couple of days, Morgan and I have been getting out to visit with some growers to discuss ongoing trials as well as possible...

AIM Local Workshops – Soil Building Crops You’ll see on the image the details for our next set of AIM Local Workshops on Feb 9th & 10th. Feb 9th:  9 am in Emerald, 1:30 pm in Mill River Feb 10th:  9 am in St Peter, 1:30 pm on...

Happy Friday afternoon, Thanks to those that came out to our AIM local workshops this week on Weed Management with Andrew McKenzie-Gopsill. A recording of Andrew’s presentation from Wednesday afternoon is available on the PEI Potato Agronomy site (www.peipotatoagronomy.com) on the Seminars/Workshops page. I’ve also developed a factsheet...

Thanks to all of the growers and industry partners that participated in our AIM Local Workshops on Weed Management with Andrew McKenzie-Gopsill this week. A recording of Andrew's presentation as well as the Powerpoint presentation is now available on the Seminars/Workshops page. We've also added a couple...

Welcome to January, and welcome to “meeting season”…though it’s going to look a lot different this year than most! We are moving ahead with AIM Local Workshop next week, unless there are any changes to public health regulations between now and then. Our speaker will be Dr....

Good afternoon everyone, It’s the shortest day of the year…and I know that many of you have increasingly short attention spans given our proximity to Christmas (haha).  However, I wanted to get one last update out to you before the holidays start. Soil Building Crops: I’ve had requests...

Happy Friday everyone, We’re moving into mid-December and edging closer to the holidays.  We’re also getting into “meeting season,” although that’s going to look a lot different this year than in the past. There are a lot of conferences and seminars moving online this year.  While that...

Good day growers and industry partners, It sounds like everyone is finished up potato harvest and that the number of unharvested acres is quite low.  Generally it sounds like quality is decent, but for many, yields are definitely below average.  Quite a bit of room left...