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  • 114R483 CIPC in Commercial Stores

    Background CIPC has been under stewardship for 5 years. There are on-going concerns that MRL exceedances are still being found, notably in box stores and specifically in stores with overhead-throw...

  • Storage Season 2012 presentation at East of England Potato Day August 2013 by Adrian Briddon

    Potato Council’s Adrian Briddon, from Sutton Bridge Crop Storage Research, reviews the 2012 storage season and discusses CIPC stewardship.

  • CIPC Stewardship

    View the CIPC Stewardship Group page for best practice and application information.

  • Potato Industry CIPC Stewardship Group

    Be CIPC Compliant! For latest news go to www.BeCIPCcompliant.co.uk   

  • CIPC Stewardship

    View the CIPC Stewardship Group page for best practice and application information.

  • Storage

    Click here for our latest news.Storage is key to potato production in Great Britain; between 3.5 and 4 million tonnes are stored every year and crops can spend as long in the store as...

  • R464 Ethylene For Processing

    Industry ChallengeCIPC is currently the only storage sprout suppressant available for the processing industry but there are threats to usage.  A strategy to reduce the overall quantity of CIPC...

  • R463 CIPC Use in Low Temperature Pre-pack Stores

    Industry ChallengeCIPC is the main sprout suppressant used in GB. Due to exceedances in the Maximum Residue Level (MRL) the chemical was referred to the Advisory Committee on Pesticides, and a cross-...

  • CIPC: check your limits

    Early dormancy break has been a particular problem this season, exacerbated further by warm autumn temperatures. This made it impossible, in some situations, to make initial applications at the...

  • R265 Impact of Modified Storage Practices on Sprout Suppression

    Aim: To quantify the impact of modified CIPC application practices, as observed and utilised in North America.Storage practices observed in North America (NA) differ markedly from those used in GB (...

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