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Northern Ireland: Prospects for potato harvest are on a knife edge

With more than half of this year’s crop still in the ground, Northern Ireland’s potato industry is ‘praying’ for a break in the weather to save it from one of the most disastrous harvests in living memory, writes Richard Halleron. “Normally by the end of October, the entire harvest would be nearing completion,” confirmed Wilson’s Country managing director Lewis Cunningham.[Read More...]

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