Monday, July 14

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And the 'Dodgy Muck' saga continues

So now we are told that the crops grown in soil contaminated with 'dodgy muck' are safe to eat. Some of Mark's tomato plants are showing some signs of recovering but will he manage to get any tomatoes off them to eat?

What actions do you think the PSD should put in place to stop a recurrence of this year's (and apparently last year's) problems?

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