Potato Business June 2021: Borehole Bacteria Hampers Growers Irrigation Efforts
Geoquip is featured in Potato Business magazine.
Potatoes are one of the most water-hungry crops and many potato farmers rely on boreholes for irrigation. Without proper maintenance however, boreholes can become contaminated with residue and biofilm, often caused by a build-up of iron-related bacteria (IRB). Pipes and borehole casings can become blocked, reducing the quantity and quality of water pressure, as one East Anglian farmer found out to his cost...
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Reproduced with kind permission of the editor Potato Business: www.potatobusiness.com