Canada's largest organic potato farm also happens to be corporate and family-run. The fourth and most recent generation of stakeholders, which includes 91 individuals in the 20-30-40 age range, is slowly changing the corporation's thinking and transitioning the farm to organic.
Marcus Koenig, of Klondyke Farms describes his growing methods for successfully producing organic potatoes each year.
If you're an organic farmer and you keep bees, or have a friend who keeps bees, then breeding disease resistant potatoes is easy. Just get seed tubers of about twenty good potato varieties, and plant a row of each variety. If necessary, protect against Colorado beetle with Bt or natural pyrethrum, and protect against blight with copper.