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  • AHDB Potatoes funds one-to-one storage advice amidst changes

    The Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB) has launched its new Storage Network, as part of an £800,000 fund ring-fenced for sprout suppression and storage support. Potato Store Managers from levy-paying businesses will be able to call on the network for a site visit and one-to-one advice, delivered by independent advisors who have received training and information from AHDB...

    6 June 2019

  • Summer/Autumn Events Preview

    There are more events for you to attend this year than ever before, offering you a chance to discuss key subjects with independent experts, AHDB team members and other growers. You can find the right event for you via our new events portal. Where you can search by sector and/or location and register direct from the website. Events Exhibitions, large field events and conferences Yorkshire Variety...

    5 June 2019

  • Planting declarations now online only

    Your statutory planting return must be made via the online portal this year. Support will be available to all growers who need it, either over the phone or face to face in your own farm office. Jack Atkins, Levy Assistant, said: “The change will bring several cost savings and benefits. The online system is quick, efficient and is the most secure way to handle personal and financial data. “Smooth...

    3 April 2019

  • Talking chit in Parliament

    On the last leg of their journey, AHDB Potatoes Next Generation programme made their final stop at Westminster last week (26 March). Amid Brexit uncertainty, the group gathered on Parliament Square to witness MP’s rushing to cast their votes, TV crews hungry for coverage and scantily clad protesters making their voices heard before being treated to a historical tour around the Houses of...

    3 April 2019

  • Historic potato conference in store for top European researchers

    The latest scientific progress in all fields of post-harvest research and development will be presented at a conference in Norwich on 12 to 14 March. Hosted by AHDB and Certis, the post-harvest section of the European Association for Potato Research (EAPR) meeting will focus on the future of long-term storage in the likely absence of sprout suppressant Chlorpropham (CIPC). The programme also...

    5 March 2019

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