The world wheat yield record was broken on Saturday high on the Lincolnshire Wolds with a bumper crop of 16.5t/ha, and Farmers Weekly was there to witness the event. The yield on Tim Lamyman’s farm beat the five-year-old record set by Mike Solari, who grew a 15.7t/ha crop in New Zealand, and it was 2t/ha above Mr Lamyman’s previous UK record achieved last summer. See also: Wheat yield world record shattered in Lincolnshire Harvesting started in the early afternoon after a […]
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