Shrops first wheats look fantastic

High oilseed rape moisture was the problem for Duncan Whiteman at Arlescott Farm in Shropshire.


Regina winter barley yielded around 6.25t/ha which was average considering the light ground, he said. The “bold crop” was of “fairly good quality”.


The oilseed rape was just about ready but at 14% moisture it was too wet to cut. He was waiting for the moisture to drop below 12% because the high cost of fuel meant he could not afford to dry the crop.


The first wheats looked fantastic, he said. “They’ve kept standing, and so are looking promising”.



  • Crop/Variety: Winter barley/ Regina
  • Area: N/A
  • Yield: 6.25t/ha
  • Quality: Good

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