P.E.I. growers want deep well permits

by FreshPlaza.com | Jan 2014

Jan. 29, 2014, Prince Edward Island – Prince Edward Island potato growers are hoping the new year will bring them a gushing geyser of permits to begin irrigating fields this year from deep water wells, reports FreshPlaza.com. | READ MORE

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