Colorado’s potato-growing paradise combines sunshine, pure mountain water, rich soil and freshness. Did you know, potatoes have been farmed in Colorado since 1875?
Pioneering research to improve soil, storage, and processing, has made Idaho the world’s research leader in the potato industry. The combination of rich volcanic soil, clear, clean water, clean air, and climate is superior for growing potatoes!
Minnesota agriculture is showing no sign of slowing down; from crops to agricultural education, the state continues to grow and support locally grown family meals from plant to plate.
Wisconsin’s soil was ground up over thousands of years during the Wisconsin glaciation, creating soil that is good for crops. The state has a short growing season but lacks many natural disasters threatening crops.