An aggressive strain of potato blight is causing concern to farmers across Britain and Ireland.Research carried out by Teagasc Oak Park Research Centre, the national centre for arable crop research in Ireland, has shown a new strain - an A2 type called Blue 13 - is becoming more prevelant and is changing compared to the A1 type farmers have faced for the past 100 years.
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