ELIZABETH CITY DISTRICT, N.C. — Shipments (38-67-70) — Movement expected to begin decreasing. Trading moderate. Prices round white superior U.S. 1 tote bags slightly lower, others unchanged. Round red norland U.S. 1 tote bags approximately 2,000 pounds per cwt. size A $30; round white superior U.S. 1 50-pound sacks size A $8-8.50, tote bags approximately 2,000 pounds per cwt. size A $14-16.



KLAMATH BASIN, NORTHERN CALIFORNIA AND OREGON — Shipments (41-45-36) — Movement expected to increase slightly as normal shipping schedules resume. Trading moderate. Prices slightly higher. Russet norkotah U.S. 1 baled 5 10-pound film bags size A mostly $4-5, 50-pound cartons 40-70s mostly $11-11.50, 80s $10, 90s $7, 100s mostly $6.



NEBRASKA — Shipments (50*-50-18) — Movement expected to decrease seasonally. Supplies insufficient to establish a market



CENTRAL WISCONSIN 2009 season — Shipments (68-55-41) — Movement expected to decrease as shippers continue to limit open orders to ensure that contracts can be met until new crop is available. Too few open market sales to establish a market.



COLUMBIA BASIN, WASH., AND UMATILLA BASIN, ORE. — 2010 season shipments (0-0-0) — Movement was expected to increase as more growers expected to begin harvesting new crop round red and yellow-type potatoes the week of July 12. First f.o.b. was expected by the end of the week of July 19-25. FIRST REPORT.



CENTRAL WISCONSIN 2010 season — Shipments (0-0-0) — Movement expected to increase as round red harvest was expected to begin the week of July 19 or the week of July 26. FIRST REPORT.



DELAWARE — Initial digging of the 2010 crop was expected to begin around July 20.



CENTRAL MICHIGAN — Initial digging of 2010 summer round white onaway crop was expected to begin around July 20. FIRST REPORT.

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Pricing Dates: 
Sunday, July 11, 2010 to Saturday, July 24, 2010

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