Sisters Creek potato grower says rising costs are exposing them to 'great risk'

Claudia Williams
By Claudia Williams
Updated June 16 2022 - 3:18am, first published May 25 2022 - 6:00pm
TOUGH CONDITIONS: Sisters Creek farmer Leigh Elphinstone, Tasmania says the cost of growing potatoes has gone up about 25 per cent.

SPIRALING costs are putting pressure on Tasmanian potato farmers with the risk they could change their crops.

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Claudia Williams

Claudia Williams is a journalist for The Advocate covering general news and events. Get in touch at claudia.williams@theadvocate.com.au or on 0448 310 641

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