University of Maine Cooperative Extension
The Potato Program team at the University of Maine Cooperative Extension provides information on potato production. We update the pesticide recommendations annually by May; more frequently if new products become labeled. This is not an exhaustive list of materials labeled on potatoes in Maine, this is a list of recommended chemicals.
Introduction (not updated)
Seed Treatment (updated 05.01 2013)
Weeds (not updated)
Insects (not updated)Disease control (updated 05.01 2013)
Potato Desiccation (not updated)
Sprout inhibition (not updated)
Potato Disinfestation (updated 05.01 2013)
Treating potatoes into storage (updated 05.01 2013)
Organic Producers (updated 05.01 2013)
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In Maine 800.287.1462
Steven B. Johnson, Ph.D. Crops Specialist and Extension Professor University of Maine Cooperative Extension 57 Houlton Road Presque Isle, ME 04769 e-mail: Steve Johnson
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