Barley harvest ©GUTNER-SIPA-REX
Winter barley yields are sharply higher this summer, showing levels nearly 18% above a five-year average, according to the latest independent trials. Good growing weather and bumper yields from six-row barley varieties have pushed yields ahead by more than 1.5t/ha. See also: Top 5 yielding winter barley varieties of 2015 harvest Average yields sit at 11.12t/ha compared with a five-year average of 9.46t/ha, according to seven AHDB Recommended List sites in England. “The weather seems to have suited winter barley well […]
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