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West Australian potato crops left to rot amid flooded market and low prices

Potato growers near Pemberton in West Australia have been forced to leave more than a thousand tonnes of potatoes in the ground to rot because of oversupply and crippling low prices in that country. Fourth-generation Pemberton potato grower Brett De Campo has ploughed in 120 tonnes of perfectly good potatoes this month and given another 30 tonnes to a Busselton[Read More...]

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