The Definitive Resource for Garden-Grown Potatoes*

*According to Medius Ag “What potato should I grow in my garden?” is a common question we hear at Medius Ag, particularly during the ongoing pandemic that has seen home gardening activities skyrocket. It is

Play Ball!

…Buy Me Some Peanuts and Cracker Jack… Soon we will flip the calendar to April and although spring is already here, the arrival of April for most people means winter is officially in the rearview

Medius.Re Weather Feature Tutorial

Use Precipitation, Wind, Temperature Data to Your Advantage Did you know that Medius.Re integrates weather data with trial data? Not only can a .Re user look at weather data specific to a current crop year,

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

The Competitive World of Giant Cabbage Growing With St. Patrick’s Day upon us, we got to thinking about Irish cuisine. At or near the top of that list has got to be Corned Beef and

.Re Data Center Tutorial Now Available

Customize Data and Charts for Field Days, Presentations, and Journal Articles Are you using all the features available to you on .Re? In one of our first blog posts, we looked at the time and

Variety Development – Gators Edition

More Sweet Corn than Field Corn What do oranges, sugarcane, and watermelon have in common? No state produced more of any of them than Florida in 2019, according to USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. What

Variety Development – Vandals Edition

Potatoes…and So Much More A mere seven miles and a state border separate the land-grant universities of Washington and Idaho. Last November we focused on the extensive variety development programs of Pullman-based Washington State University

New Potato Trial Tutorials Available

United States potato growers, association leaders, and processors have some new resources to help them make the most of their Medius.Re access. A series of three videos were recently published that walks users through the

Variety Development – Georgia Bulldogs Edition

Peaches are Just the Beginning The next stop on our land-grant university tour takes us south from New England and keeps us on the east coast. You know when a state’s nickname is the Peach

Variety Development – Minutemen Edition

The Bay State: Dotted With Cranberry Bogs Nowhere is the unique and diverse agricultural landscape of the United States more apparent than in Massachusetts. While very much in line with the rest of New England,