Potatoes

Columbia Food Laboratories’ people have experience analyzing potatoes as far back as 1970. We currently have two multi-residue screens (profiles) especially for potatoes. The P2400 is a low cost profile designed primarily for domestic product, and, the P2401 is for product exported to Japan. Also available are individual analyses for pesticides not extractable by a multi-residue screen, but which are known to be used on potatoes. The following information is available by calling or e-mailing us:

  • P2400 Potato Pesticide Profile
  • P2401 Potato Pesticide Profile, Expanded
  • Price list for pesticides commonly used on potatoes
    (includes listing for P2400 & P2401 as well as individual tests)
  • Customized profiles can be designed upon request

Sprout Inhibitors
We can monitor the sprout inhibitor level in potatoes for CIPC,
diisopropylnaphthalene, 1,4-dimethylnaphthalene and clove oil (as eugenol).

External links related to potatoes
Japanese positive list MRL’s for potatoes
        What’s Wrong with my Potato Tubers?
Oregon State University guide to diagnosing tuber abnormalities & diseases

 

 

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