At the time of writing the last few potato crops are being harvested and loaded into store. Conditions have been exceptional, even the odd shower was welcome to assist with keeping soil on harvester webs. For some, harvest finished ages ago, stores have settled down and the first applications of CIPC (chlorpropham) have been made. See also: Imazalil label change creates harvesting headache A general observation is stores are certainly not bulging at the seams, like last year, although some varieties, […]
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