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15 NOVEMBER 1978

Why your potatoes are downgraded

42 YEARS AGO

This article offered potato growers tips on how to avoid their potatoes being downgraded by government officials at fresh produce markets.

It is conservatively estimated that at least half of the millions of pockets of table potatoes marketed by farmers in South Africa each year are

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