After wet weather caused frustrating delays to harvest earlier this week, combining is in full swing in southern England, with promising winter barley and oilseed rape yields. David Neale, head of crop marketing at distributor Agrii, says there is a real north-south divide to this season’s harvest. “South of the Cotswolds and to the East there have been some large areas of winter barley cut but further north in Warwickshire, Shropshire and Lincolnshire things are moving a lot slower,” he says. […]
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