Wet weather is delaying harvest across much of the UK, although early yields of winter barley and oilseed rape look promising. South West and West In Wiltshire, James Dean finished combining winter barley by 22 July at Church Farms, Porton, Salisbury. “We cut 200ha of Cassata at between 14% and 16% moisture, which averaged 8.6t/ha,” he says. Mr Dean has also cut 200ha of Harper and Quartz oilseed rape at a yield of 4.3t/ha, with 100ha of Holl rapeseed averaging […]
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