BOISE, Idaho (FNS) -- Following concerns over the yield of Idaho potatoes during the early harvest, the amount of late crop varieties appears to be improving, with more than 70% of the crop now harvested. earlier varieties, as the plants fared poorly in the heat, resulting in smaller sizes. Later varieties have recovered and an average yield crop is predicted. An official U.S. Department of Agriculture production report is expected Nov. 10. "During a year with unpredictable weather ...
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