Main crop potatoes in flower© Tim Scrivener
We have just had one of the wettest Junes for a number of years. On the Wolds I have emptied 120mm from the rain gauge, and nearer to the coast, 150mm is more likely. Crops in the East have responded well to this moisture and most have achieved full ground cover by the longest day. Early crops in the West have matured well and harvest has continued with positive reports about yield and quality from the fleeced crops of Maris […]
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