Harvest 2015 is off to a good start, with many growers delighted with their winter barley yields, and some promising oilseed rape crops also under way. South east In Kent, harvest was off to a flying start at Old Rides Farm, Eastchurch, where farm manager Andy Pendry had already finished cutting all 192ha of oilseed rape. “We started combining on 14 July and were finished by 20 July,” he said. “We grew Incentive and PR46W21 which averaged just over 3.5-4t/ha […]
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