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  • To save £thousands, first you need to measure

    Stores that don’t have meters fitted could be frittering away energy costs, warns Adrian Cunnington, head of Sutton Bridge Crop Storage Research (SBCSR). By using meters to monitor energy use in each individual store, managers can examine where the costs are, and whether any of these costs could be cut without compromising quality, says Adrian. “We installed meters in our stores two years ago as...

    27 July 2011

  • Potato genome set to help industry address challenges

    An international consortium that includes British scientists has sequenced the potato genome, opening possibilities for exploring the characteristics that contribute to a successful commercial variety.     These recent developments in mapping the potato genome could offer growers access to varieties that are drought tolerant or are resistant to diseases such as blight or potato cyst nematodes...

    4 July 2011

  • Potato genome set to help industry address challenges

    An international consortium that includes British scientists has sequenced the potato genome, opening possibilities for exploring the characteristics that contribute to a successful commercial variety.   These recent developments in mapping the potato genome could offer growers access to varieties that are drought tolerant or are resistant to diseases such as blight or potato cyst nematodes.  “...

    27 July 2011

  • Storage Bulletin - May 2010

    25 May 2010

  • Storage Bulletin - September 2010

    17 September 2010

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