Basic Slag.

Oral Answers to Questions — Ministry of Supply. – in the House of Commons on 25th February 1942.

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Photo of Major Sir Duncan McCallum Major Sir Duncan McCallum , Argyll

asked the Minister of Supply what measures have been devised to enable farmers in remote parts of Britain to obtain supplies of basic slag by rail at the same charges for freight as those paid by farmers situated close to the localities where basic slag is produced?

Photo of Sir Andrew Duncan Sir Andrew Duncan , City of London

By the Control of Fertilisers (No 15) Order, 1941, uniform maximum prices have been fixed which include delivery to the buyer's nearest railway station or port of landing regardless of the distance from the point of production.