Spring crops are up to date

Harrold, Chris
May 2006
Farmers Weekly;5/5/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 18, p74
Trade Publication
The article reports on the status of spring crops at the Docking Farm owned by Chris and Michael Harold located in Oulton, North Norfolk, England. A lovely spring day with the temperature at 17 degrees Celsius makes spring cropping at farm work fully up to date, except for gardening and grass cutting. Soils have also worked well. The other organic crop at the farm is Deben wheat sown in late November.


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