British soya crops are are bringing a smile to growers’ faces in Kent and Cambridgeshire with early harvest results showing some impressive yields. After a generally uninspiring cereal harvest, the scattering of soya crops in southern and eastern England have shown yields of 2.2-2.5t/ha. This year, just over 400ha of soya was planted in the UK and currently the base market price stands at about £375/t, including a £40/t premium for non-GM beans. Kent grower Mark Izard gave the crop a go […]
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