Potato Association of America

American Journal of Potato Research

The American Journal of Potato Research (AJPR), formerly titled the American Potato Journal (APJ), is a  premier outlet for reporting of scientific advances on the potato. The AJPR is recognized internationally by contributors and readers. View the current issue’s table of contents from our publisher, Springer.

The American Journal of Potato Research publishes reports of basic and applied research on potato (Solanum spp.). There are three general categories of publication:

  1. full-length articles describing original scientific research in the form of a regular publication;
  2. short communications concisely describing poignant and timely research results in four or fewer journal pages;
  3. review papers, book reviews and symposium proceedings.

To publish an article, view our Instructions to Authors.


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Volume 97, Issue 3, 2020 – Pages 221-324

Original Paper

Response of Two Colorado Russet Potato Cultivars to Reduced Irrigation Water Use

Samuel YC Essah, Allan A.Andales, Trou A. Bauder…Pages 234-245

Original Paper

Available Soil Nutrients and NPK Application on Yield, Quality, and Nutrient Composition of Potatoes Growing during the Main Season in Japan

Rodney L. Gondwe,  Rinatro Kinoshita, Tsutonu Suminoe…Pages 234-245

Original Paper

Effects of Co-Inoculation with Pratylenchus penetrans and Fusarium oxysporum on Growth and Yield of Potato Cultivar Red Norland

Arjun Upadhaya, Guiping Yan, Gary Secor…Pages 246-255

Original Paper

Parameter Analysis and Field Tests of a Double Crank Multi-Rod under Plastic-Film Hill-Drop Mechanism Potato Planter

Wei Sun, P. A. Simionescu…Pages 256-264

Original Paper

A Simple and Efficient Inoculation Method for Fusarium Dry Rot Evaluations in Potatoes 

Dahu Chen, Kamrun Nahar, Benoit Bizimungu….Pages 265-271

Original Paper

Threat of Brown Rot of Potato and Existing Resistance

D. J. Norman, J.M. Yuen, A.M. Bocsanczu…Pages 278-288

Original Paper

Effects of Potato Psyllid Vector Denisty and Time of Infection on Zebra Chip Disease Development after Harvest and during Storage

Erik J. Wenninger, Nora Olsen, Jeffrey Lojewski…Pages 278-288

Original Paper

Development and Application of a Multiplex Marker Assay to Detect PVY Resistance Genes in Solanum tuberosum

Gregory l. Elison, Darren G. Hall, Richard G. Novy…Pages 289-296

Original Paper

The Influence of Endogenous Sugar on Potato Tuberization In Vivo Conditions

Lili Meng, Tingting Zhang, Youjun Chen…Pages 297-307

Original Paper

Starch Characteristics, Sugars and Termal Properties of Processing Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) Cultivars Developed in Korea

Induck Choi, Jieuon Chuh, Hu-Sun Choi, Jiyong Park…Pages 308-317

Short Communication

Improving Tuber Yield and Phosphorus Use Efficiency Using Split Phosphorus Application to Potatoes in Inner Mongolia

Shixin Cui, Yonglin Qin, Jing Yu, Xiaohua Shi…Pages 318-324