Supply chains for processed potato and tomato products in the United States will have enhanced resilience with planting adaptation strategies

David Gustafson*, Senthold Asseng, John Kruse, Greg Thoma, Kaiyu Guan, Gerrit Hoogenboom, Marty Matlock, Morven McLean, Ranjan Parajuli, Kirti Rajagopalan, Claudio Stöckle, Timothy B. Sulser, Layla Tarar, Keith Wiebe, Chuang Zhao, Clyde Fraisse, Carmen Gimenez, Pon Intarapapong, Tina Karimi, Chad KrugerYan Li, Elizabeth Marshall, Roger Leroy Nelson, Annette Pronk, Rubí Raymundo, Anne A. Riddle, Marc Rosenbohm, Dan Sonke, Frits van Evert, Genghong Wu, Liujun Xiao

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