The Consortium is a cooperation of the Idaho, Oregon, and Washington State Potato Commissions, fully funded by the Northwest potato growers.
Resources: Insect Trapping Guides, Pests, Diseases, Beneficial Info, Pest Management Options, Useful Websites, & More
Beneficial Organisms: Insects, Wasps, Flies, Spiders, & Other Insects. More information about beneficial organisms for substantial potato yields.
|1989||Population Dynamics and Control of the Columbia Root-Knot Nematode on Potato||Gerald Santo Hassan Mojtahedi John Wilson Russ Ingham||Download GSSantoHMojtahediJGWilsonandREIngham1989.pdf|
|1993||CORKY RINGSPOT - WHAT CONTROL MEASURES ARE AVAILABLE?||Russ Ingham||Download Ingham1993.pdf|
|1997||The Economics of Using Soil Fumigants in Potato Production in the Columbia Basin||Dan C. Hane Phillip B. Hamm Russ Ingham||Download Hamm1997.pdf|
|2001||Preliminary Evidence for Introduction and Spread of TRV Under Center Pivot Irrigation||J. M. Crosslin K. Thompson Pete Thomas Russ Ingham||Download Thomas2001.pdf|
|2004||Volume 4, Number 15, 21 October 2004||Charles R. Brown Ekaterina Riga Phillip B. Hamm Russ Ingham||Download PotatoProgressIV15.pdf|
|2011||Impact of Soil Conditions on the Ability to Control Verticillium Wilt of Potato in the Lower Columbia Basin||Donald A. Horneck Jordan Eggers Mike Madsen Phillip B. Hamm Russ Ingham||Download HammetalVert2011.pdf|
|2017PC||Nematode Management in the Face of Short Supply of Telone and Vydate||Russ Ingham||Download Ingham 2017.pdf|
|2017||Potato Progress XVII(7)||Russ Ingham||Download PotatoProgressXVII(7).pdf|
|Potato Progress||Volume 21, Number 1, 8 February 2021||Russ Ingham||Download PotatoProgressXXI1.pdf|
In February 2012 the state potato commissions in Washington, Idaho, and Oregon officially launched a new cooperative effort in research. The aim of this initiative is to increase cooperation and efficiency of the research programs funded by the three potato commissions that total about $1.5 million annually. It will also work toward comprehensive research results reporting process that aims to get useful information to the growers and industry members who need it. This website is a big part of that effort. Research results, integrated pest management guidance, and production information of many kinds will be presented here. For feedback or suggestions on this site, please contact Andy Jensen, Manager of the Consortium.Read More