© Tim Scrivener
The phrase “a week is a long time in politics” is often quoted these days and you could easily apply it to farming. On 4 June we were reflecting on a straightforward planting season for tatties having just been completed, with crops emerging and early growers contemplating the first applications of irrigation to forward crops. Two days later 91mm of rainfall arrived and since then we’ve had regular top-ups, which has completely changed the situation. We’re now sitting with 133mm […]
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