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For the past 4 years we've been dealing with smokey days (and weeks) here in southern Alberta. I know the effect of these days on the potato agronomist, but I've been wondering what the effect is on the potato plants
After potatoes, winter wheat is a good option to quickly cover the ground and use up leftover nitrogen. The problem is that there is no stubble to protect it over the winter.
The Taber Times does a special agriculture section each year and I was fortunate to be profiled in it. The article was print-only but I've been given permission to post the text on my website.
This is a transcript of a presentation given at the Potato Pest Management Workshop put on by Alberta Agriculture & Forestry in Sherwood Park, AB on March 6, 2018 and Lethbridge, AB on March 8, 2018.