Shropshire grower Richard Solari has harvested a bumper winter barley crop within a whisker of the UK yield record in his first field which was moved to a long-term nine-year rotation. A crop of Cassia winter barley on his light land farm turned in a yield of 11.83t/ha in a field of just over 10ha and when corrected to 15% grain moisture. “This is the first field we have moved to a nine-year rotation which includes two years of grass […]
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