Combine harvester in a fieldAndrew Gloag is a third of the way through his 607ha crop in North Yorkshire.
As harvest is being rounded off in the South and combines are packed away, further north growers are getting into the thick of the wheat harvest with only average grain yields. In the Scottish Borders, wheats are coming off reasonably dry but yields are all over the place for Stuart Fuller-Shapcott, near Sweethope, Kelso. The first field was reasonable at about 9.7t/ha but there is still some 162ha left to combine. Mr Fuller-Shapcott has also harvested his winter oats, which […]
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