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About Michigan Potatoes
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Industry Research Reports
Download the 2017 Potato Research Report, Volume #49
Published February, 2018
Includes reports on the various research projects being funded by the Michigan Potato Industry Commission with grower dollars.
Projects range from genetics and varietal development, entomology, pathology, soil health, nutrient response and storage activities.
Download the 2016 Michigan
Potato Research Report, Volume #48
Download the 2015 Michigan
Potato Research Report, Volume #47
Download the 2014 Michigan
Potato Research Report, Volume #46
Download the 2013 Michigan
Potato Research Report, Volume #45
Download the 2012 Michigan
Potato Research Report, Volume #44
Download the 2010 Michigan
Potato Research Report, Volume #42
Download the 2011 Michigan
Potato Research Report, Volume #43
2016 Variety Trial Data
2016 Chipstock Variety Trials
View statewide and site-specific data on 24 chipping varieties with comparative data from 14 different locations in Michigan
2016 Russet Variety Trials
View statewide and site-specific data on 38 russet potato varieties from 11 different locations in Michigan.
2016 Non-russet Variety Trials
View statewide and site-specific data on 55 varieties including yellow skinned, red skinned, round white and novelty varieties from 10 different locations in Michigan.
Recent Extension Bulletins
Managing Soil Health for Root and Tuber Crops
MSU Bulletin E-3343 Sept. 2016
Practices that build SOM and appropriate microbial diversity have been shown to improve soil structure, increase nutrient availability and suppress soil-borne diseases, resulting in higher crop yields and improved quality.
Tuber Soft Rot, Blackleg and Aerial Stem Rot
MSU Bulletin E-3335 March 2016
Tuber soft rot, blackleg and aerial stem rot are important potato diseases caused by closely related species of bacteria.