Potatoes are planted in field© Tim Scrivener
Growers in the north of Scotland have had a typical Scottish spring during March with every season being present at some stage. Snow showers and freezing temperatures 10 days ago were followed by beautiful settled dry weather just as the clocks changed. At least the relatively dry winter has meant soils are in pretty good nick. Ground conditions have improved a lot as a result and some early salad and ware crops are going into good seed-beds with soil temperatures […]
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