Rod Smith’s record-breaking wheat yield in Northumberland last summer is now in the Guinness World Records topping a five-year-old New Zealand record. Mr Smith’s yield of 16.52t/ha on his farm overlooking Holy Island near the Scottish border displaces Mike Solari’s 15.64t/ha crop from the southern tip of New Zealand’s South Island. See also: Northumberland grower breaks world wheat yield record The yield, which has been verified and accepted by the Guinness World Records, was achieved on the Northumberland coast with inputs similar to […]
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