Getting a return from investment

Abram, Mike
January 2007
Farmers Weekly;1/26/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 4, p54
Trade Publication
The article focuses on issues discussed at the Potato Storage 2007 conference held by the Potato Council in Great Britain. According to potato grower Tony Bambridge, better returns from storing potatoes were important if growers can invest in improved storage facilities to meet increasing consumer demands. He cites that the increased focus on issues such as reducing pesticide residues and health and safety regulations were all challenges to storing potatoes. INSET: Aiming for spud residue elimination.


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