bill lewis in miscanthus crop
A Norfolk arable grower has harvested a record yield for miscanthus this year, despite the crop being less than two years old. In a season that has seen record yields for wheat and oilseed rape, it seems the energy crop has also benefited from the good growing conditions. Bill Lewis achieved an average 8.82t/ha, which according to biomass company Terravesta is the largest documented yield for a second year crop to date. See also: Northumberland grower breaks world wheat yield record […]
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