Inputs Price Monitor shows costs steady

Clarke, Philip
August 2009
Farmers Weekly;8/7/2009, Vol. 151 Issue 6, p33
Trade Publication
The article reports that the costs of farm input in Great Britain have remained steady in July 2009, based on the results from the periodical "Farmers Weekly"/National Farmers' Union (NFU) Inputs Price Monitor. According to Hannah Moule, farm inputs adviser at NFU, the white diesel increased at 92 pence/litre but the price of red diesel remained unchanged at about 41 pence/litre. Also noted is the change in the price of epiconazole and the reduction in the cost of glyphosate.


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