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Experts give industry insight

Mark Stalham, crop physiologist at Cambridge University Farms, and a co-author of the BPC soil compaction review, feels growers need a firmer focus on compaction. "Perhaps one of the most startling findings of our review is that rooting is restricted to 70cm in two out of three fields used to grow p... Full description

Journal Title: Farmers guardian 2005-11-25, p.25
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description: Mark Stalham, crop physiologist at Cambridge University Farms, and a co-author of the BPC soil compaction review, feels growers need a firmer focus on compaction. "Perhaps one of the most startling findings of our review is that rooting is restricted to 70cm in two out of three fields used to grow potatoes.
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