Growers need to invest more in their soils and challenge current thinking if they are to break through the winter wheat yield plateau. They will need to improve subsoil compaction, reverse falling organic matter and improve ageing drainage systems, say soil specialists. “There is a strong case for reducing intensity of tillage operations and increasing organic matter inputs in the future in order to improve long-term soil health and yield stability,” says Elizabeth Stockdale of Newcastle University. See also: Video: Grow […]