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PAPAS was created to address the industry-wide challenges in managing plant-parasitic nematodes that cause the most potato damage in the U.S.

  • Controlling Quarantined Pests with Quinoa

    University of Idaho researchers have found planting a niche “superfood” could provide a profitable rotation crop for potato farmers in eastern Idaho who are…

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  • Potato-cast Interview with PAPAS Project Co-Director Inga Zasada

    On a recent episode of Potato-cast, a podcast hosted by Natalia Cervantes with Potatoes USA, PAPAS project co-director Inga Zasada shares more about the…

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  • Nematode Research Helping Potato Farmers – UI CALS Newsletter

    The University of Idaho College of Agriculture and Life Sciences featured PAPAS in its “Catching Up with CALS” newsletter (Dec. 21, 2022). Learn more…

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  • PAPAS Announces Plan to Combat Potato Nematodes

    A team of scientists and researchers named Potatoes & Pests – Actionable Science Against Nematodes (PAPAS) announced today their plans to address industry-wide challenges in managing…

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  • Potato Expo Event

    January 4-5, 2023, Aurora, Colorado Potato Research Advisory Committee Booth #1106 Potato Expo is the largest annual potato industry conference and trade show held…

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