Category Archives: News and Events

BP2015 – Great Exhibition – Thanks for visiting us

We would like to thank all the visitors to our stand at this very successful exhibition.  We enjoyed meeting and chatting to everyone who stopped by and we look forward to seeing you all again in the future. We will definitely … Read more…

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ABBA Brazil European Tour 2015

IPM Potato Group would like to thank all the participants in the Associação Brasileira da Batata (ABBA) 2015 European tour for their visit to our operations. Read more…

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Educational IPM Holland Annual Grower Meeting 28/07/15

On the 28th July IPM Holland held the annual grower meeting at Mr. Temmerman’s farm in Wieringerwerf. Here we displayed our current and promising new varieties. Mr. Temmerman presented his farm and explained how he runs it. Due to bad weather … Read more…

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Wybe completes his inspirational Handbike Challenge

Our colleague Wybe Kloppenburg in IPM Holland has taken up hand biking and completed a climb of the Kaunertalergletsjerstrasse in Austria this June with his UMCG team. Read more…

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IPM variety Bikini available now in Tesco stores across Ireland

IPM variety Bikini available now in Tesco stores across Ireland Read more…

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IPM potato varieties will help improve livelihoods in Africa

It is estimated that there are one million potato farmers in Ethiopia, planting approximately 70,000 hectares annually. The crop – known as the Irish potato across the region – is grown on mainly small half-hectare plots in the highlands, without … Read more…

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