Archive Article: 2000/04/07

7 April 2000




Maris Piper is loaded for planting into newly bought grade 1 double-cropping siltland at Naylors Farm, Surfleet Seas End, Lincs. The 20ha (50-acre) crop follows calabrese on what Brian Naylor describes as the cream of the UKs land. The crop will be grown on 760mm (30in) rows at 343mm (13.5in) spacing and packed by Sutton Bridge Group.


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