Nicholas Buxton is seeing higher yields than last summer as one of the first member of the Camgrain co-operative gets started on his wheat harvest. The east Hertfordshire grower is now busy cutting the early-maturing variety Gallant, which is yielding 10.5t/ha after cutting 100ha by Saturday (August 1) midday, up on the Gallant average last year of 9.9t/ha. See also: Wheat harvest under way in Kent with early yields at over 10t/ha He is growing 126ha of Gallant as a second […]
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