Following our Nutrient Management Workshop on January 17th, we worked with the presenters to come up with a factsheet which includes the key points from the workshop in an easy to access form.  You can find a link to the PDF below. Nutrient Management Factsheet -...

The 2018 United Potato Partners Seminar will be held at Red Shores, 21 Exhibition Drive, Charlottetown, on Tuesday, January 30th. Once again, United Potato Growers of Canada and the PEI Potato Board have developed an agenda that we feel brings top-notch speakers and valuable information...

The International Potato Technology Expo is coming up on February 23-24th at the Eastlink Centre in Charlottetown.  We have two mornings of speakers on engaging topics lined up, as well as the large trade show with new equipment, services and technology on display. Topics include wireworm...

Just an update on upcoming AIM sponsored grower workshops and seminars!  All of these dates are available on our Events Calendar on this site: AIM Nutrient Management Workshop Jan 17th, 2018 at Credit Union Place, Summerside 8:30 to 4:00 AIM Soil Health/Early Dying Meetings:  Dr. Mario Tenuta Feb 2nd, 2018...

Interested in knowing more about how different soil nutrients impact the growth of potatoes?  Curious to know more about how to calculate your own fertilizer rates and blends?  Want to learn more about the role that organic matter plays in soil? We will be covering these...

A new herbicide will be available in 2018 for PEI potato growers! Full article from Spud Smart "Bayer has announced the launch of Sencor STZ, a powerful and innovative new herbicide for broad-spectrum control of all major annual grass and broadleaf weeds in potatoes. According to a news...

Hello, and welcome to PEIPotatoAgronomy.com!  This agronomy/extension website has been developed by the Prince Edward Island Potato Board under the Agronomy Initiative for Marketable yield (AIM) to provide an easy-to-use resource for potato growers and agronomists to access information on all things potato. Please bookmark this...