Crop Watch

September 2006
Farmers Weekly;9/22/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 12, p52
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The article presents the opinion of several agriculture experts regarding agronomy issues in Great Britain. According to Robert Sullivan, wheat sowing is in full swing with many crops chitting three days after drilling and starting to emerge after 7-10 days. Dan Dines says germination of winter beans appears to be variable in 2006.


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