Study market carefully to avoid over-supply, urges Potato Council chairman

April 2010
Horticulture Week;4/9/2010, p21
Trade Publication
The article reports on the recommendation of Potato Council (PC) chairman Allan Stevenson that potato growers must study the market carefully before planting to make sure they get adequate returns.


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