Vegetables and Melons, Roots and Tubers Industry in Canada
Post forecasts an abundant fresh potatoes crop, given a larger seeded area and an expected return to average yields after an uneventful growing season.
Foreign Agricultural Service on 21 Oct 2012 related to Vegetables and Melons, Roots and Tubers in Canada
As a result of increased volume in potato processing contracts growers have expended the planted areas. The estimated seeded acreage for the 2011/2012 marketing year is up 1.6 percent compared to the previous year, but lower yields are expected due to an excessively wet spring. Nevertheless, Post forecasts a modest...
Foreign Agricultural Service on 18 Oct 2011 related to Vegetables and Melons, Roots and Tubers in Canada
After a decline during the 2009 recession year, U.S. fresh vegetable exports to Canada picked up again in 2010 reaching a record high level.
Foreign Agricultural Service on 15 Jun 2011 related to Vegetables and Melons, Roots and Tubers in Canada
Canadian harvested area for potatoes in marketing year (MY) 2009/10 could fall to 150,000 hectares, roughly 1,000 hectares less than the year earlier level reflecting a combination of lower planted area and harvest problems due to another year of wet weather in Prince Edward Island, Canada’s leading potato...
Foreign Agricultural Service on 5 Jan 2010 related to Vegetables and Melons, Roots and Tubers in Canada
Part of USDA, the United StatesThe Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS) of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) works to improve foreign market...