The high temperatures in August and early September mean maize harvest is close for growers in the South and the West. This is according to Neil Groom, technical director of Grainseed, who is advising growers to monitor fields for maturity.  “Growers in the West have some great crops, with lots of bulk and excellent cobs, and those in the East are predominantly good too, except where soils were waterlogged or compacted, restricting growth when the temperatures did improve in early […]
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