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  • Storage Bulletin - November 2016

    Winter Watchout  Disease & condensation Following a relatively dry and warm harvest, most crops are reported to have gone into store pretty well. But there is no room for...

  • Storage Bulletin - October 2016

    What's your priority? With harvest continuing apace, please don’t forget about those crops already in storage! Having a clear sense of priority for each crop is an important aspect of...

  • Storage Bulletin - August 2016

    SPot West Open Day The recent SPot West Open Day was held at James and Sam Daw’s farm at Thorpe Constantine, Staffordshire on 19 July. It was an opportunity to highlight how even the...

  • Storage Bulletin - May 2016

    TWO KEY SOURCES OF STORAGE CONCERNS As the storage season moves into its final phases, it has become increasingly apparent that many of the problems that have been experienced in stores this...

  • Storage Bulletin - March 2016

    STORAGE FORUM SUCCESS We would like to thank everyone who supported our recent Storage Forum held on 1st March at the Hilton East Midlands hotel at Kegworth. The...

  • Storage Bulletin - January 2016

    NEW YEAR, OLD PROBLEMS? As we head into 2016, we are hearing increasing numbers of reports of quality issues in crops coming from stores. Rots were featured in last month’s bulletins and...

  • Storage Bulletin - December 2015

    CHRISTMAS SURPRISES?             At this time of the year it may be nice to receive one or two surprises for Christmas but a store going wrong is not one of them...

  • Storage Bulletin - August 2015

    New CIPC labels for 2015/16 released Further statutory product label changes to chlorpropham (CIPC) were announced in July. CIPC is an essential tool to control sprouting and is applied to about 2...

  • Storage Bulletin - July 2015

    StoreCheck+: an enhanced audit service for your stores Following the successful launch of our StoreCheck audit service last year, when audits were conducted on over 40 stores around the...

  • Storage Bulletin - June 2015

    AHDB POTATOES – THE NEW NAME FOR POTATO COUNCIL On 10 June, AHDB moved to a simplified family of brands for its activities across agriculture and horticulture. Research and promotional work for...

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