CIPC

17 March 2020

Mint oil 'burns' sprouts after they begin to appear, it should be applied by an approved contractor

17 March 2020

a plant hormone that inhibits sprout elongation once sprouting has naturally initiated

16 July 2021

Our Harvest Toolkit includes a wealth of information on grain prices, harvest results, straw, grain sampling practice, grain storage and grain marketing

15 July 2021

News, resources, research and video material on sprout control and related issues

7 November 2018

This report summarises the work carried out during the second and final year of this trial to determine how knowledge of crop duration and soil inoculum enables prediction of risk of black dot during storage. The results are discussed in relation to the findings of the previous trials carried out since 2004.

7 November 2018

A number of methods of seed tuber treatment have been investigated with the aim of improving the coverage and hence the efficacy of fungicide treatment.

7 November 2018

Best Practice Guidelines For The Use Of CIPC Sprout Suppressant, Chlorpropham (CIPC) is the main sprout suppressant used on around half of the stored crop of 3-3.5 million tonnes of potatoes in Great Britain. This document belongs to the Potato Industry CIPC Stewardship Group and is hosted here by AHDB Potatoes.

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

8 November 2018

Adrian Cunnington at the Potato Industry CIPC Stewardship Group on how to be CIPC Compliant

8 November 2018

Adrian Briddon Discusses Best Practice for Residue Control

8 November 2018

Mike Storey discussing CIPC Stewardship

19 October 2018

Practical information on improving the use of CIPC in bulk stores

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