About Sutton Bridge CSR
Sutton Bridge Crop Storage Research is the leading post-harvest applied research facility for agricultural storage in the UK.
Sutton Bridge Crop Storage Research is owned by AHDB and operated by the AHDB Potatoes division. It is the primary centre providing potato storage research and advice to the GB industry.
SBCSR has extensive facilities for work on potato and is also engaged in other forms of crop storage R&D, including field vegetables and controlled atmosphere storage. In addition to levy-funded work, it offers a confidential contract research capability with accreditation to ISO9001 (2008). It is also ORETO registered with the UK Chemicals Regulation Directorate.
The team at SBCSR has an extensive and globally-recognised level of expertise on storage and crop quality issues. It seeks to provide high quality, cost-effective and relevant research of benefit to the potato industry.
The capability at SBCSR was boosted back in 2010 by a £½ million investment in new controlled environment stores, supported by an RDPE grant from EMDA, Defra and the EU. Further development is currently being planned.
AHDB's objectives for SBCSR are to ensure that it is a cost-effective research centre working for the benefit of the British potato industry. To achieve this, SBCSR is required to bid for levy-funded and publicly funded research contracts, undertakes a wide range of technology transfer activities and is also free to acquire external, private business.
This short video highlights the key facilities and capabilities at SBCSR.
A key aim is to integrate our storage work into the entire spectrum of science which supports the potato industry. As part of our delivery to that industry, we provide free initial advice and information to all AHDB Potatoes levy payers. For up-to-the-minute information on storage, call the Storage Advice Line on our free phone number 0800 0282 111 or see our storage bulletins.
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