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Below average yields in Suffolk

Harvest is earlier than normal in Suffolk, and winter barley yields have been below average so far.
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Below average yields in Suffolk

29 August 2001 ‘Below average yields in Suffolk’ JACK WEBBER, who farms at Great Welnetham near Bury St Edmunds, has had below average wheat yields. His first wheat Claire yielded 9.3t/ha (3.75t/acre). “It was one of the best fields on the farm.” But he says yields are below average, estimating the final average to be 8.2t/ha (3.3t/acre), which is below last years average of 9.4t/ha (3.8t/acre). “Some of the second wheat will average 2.5-3t/acre (6.2-7.4t/ha).” They grow 280ha (700 acres) […]

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