Reviewing last season’s crop yields has identified several lessons, including the value of good headland management. Ryan Hudson saw up to 40% difference in yield between the headland and field middle. In wheat, Neil Potts believes much of yield variation can be explained by perfect conditions for take-all. In oilseed rape, Todd Hunnisett is not really seeing any cabbage stem flea beetle problems unlike David Martindale who has seen many, especially on the wolds. And finally in Spud Watch, Andy […]
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