Storage Systems

8 August 2019

An ongoing research project at Sutton Bridge Crop Storage Research is looking to explore how MH can be used more effectively as a sprout suppressant.

27 June 2019

This case study summarises the benefits of using StoreCheck, an audit service provided by the AHDB and designed to help understand the true cost of running a store.

21 May 2019

We invest in a broad range of research activities. This review covers the investment made by AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds and AHDB Potatoes.

5 March 2019

The latest scientific progress in all fields of post-harvest research and development will be presented at a conference in Norwich on 12 to 14 March.

8 November 2018

Dr Glyn Harper, Sutton Bridge CSR, On Farm Storage Day discussion - Warmer storage for fresh sector markets

8 November 2018

Jon Swain Energy Efficiency Systems workshop for the Storage 2020 campaign

7 November 2018

Poster providing 12 steps that help to achieve an energy efficient store

7 November 2018

This document belongs to the Potato Industry CIPC Stewardship Group and is hosted here by AHDB Potatoes.

8 November 2018

StoreCheck is an AHDB service being offered by Sutton Bridge CSR & FEC Energy to assess potato storage performance. It is part of AHDB’s Storage 2020 initiative, devised to help to improve existing stores and make them more cost-effective

7 November 2018

Development of CFD based modelling tools and retro-fit solutions to provide improved CIPC control in potato storage to meet the new low residual limits and application levels. An Innovate UK funded project ref: 102310

7 November 2018

Energy costs are rising and areas of high energy usage are hard to identify. In the longer term, energy prices are likely to rise further, therefore there is increased pressure to monitor and reduce energy usage

7 November 2018

To increase awareness of energy costs and identify options for energy savings, Eight sites were chosen to be part of the first project year (2007/08); these were four processing stores and four pre-pack stores of varying ages and conditions. A further twenty eight stores were selected to be part of the second year (2008/09) and, the third and final year (2009/10) of the project.