This presentation will update growers and industry personnel in the United States on control options for potato sprout. Specifically, advances in technology, development of new products and formulations, and coordination of control programs have allowed flexibility and fine-tuning of sprout control in the industry. Variety differences, storage management practices, and consumer expectations have necessitated integrating ways to minimize sprout development in storage, through the cold chain, and/or in retail displays. General background and specific program options will be discussed. The information provided will help in the development of an individualized integrated program based on variety, storage conditions, and market.