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Newly approved varieties of cereals and oilseed rape with improved disease resistance could be cheaper to grow and help growers offset the tumble in grain prices. Winter wheat and oilseed rape varieties with better resistance to the crop’s biggest yield-robbing diseases septoria and light leaf spot were given the rubber stamp of approval in the new AHDB recommended lists 2016-2017 for cereals and oilseed rapes. Simon Oxley, who manages the AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds Recommended Lists, said these two diseases […]
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