Wet weather is prolonging this year’s harvest across Scotland, northern England and especially Northern Ireland, which is seeing one of the worst harvests on record. Northern Ireland has born the brunt of poor, wet weather in recent days and this is taking its toll on harvest progress as well as crop yields. At Carse Hall, Ballykelly, Londonderry, Robert Craig’s winter barley yielded 25% less than expected, with Cassia and Glacier averaging 8.6t/ha. He has 28ha of spring barley ready to […]
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