Sunday, July 14, 2024

Clemson to help ensure crop safety

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By Jonathan Veit

Special to Poultry Times

CLEMSON, S.C. — As South Carolina farmers scramble to recover from unprecedented floods, Clemson Cooperative Extension Service agents arg with state and federal agencies to provide advice and support on handling crops that have been exposed to floodwaters.

“We have put together a fact sheet of common sense tips that will go far towards making sure that harvested crops are properly handled, and Clemson Extension is on the ground in affected areas to assist farmers and answer their questions,” said Julie Northcutt, professor and Cooperative Extension Food Safety and Nutrition Program. . .

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