Recommended Lists revamp?

Blake, Andrew
December 2006
Farmers Weekly;12/15/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 24, p55
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the Recommended Lists (RL) for combinable crops discussed at the meeting arranged by the Agricultural Industries Confederation in Great Britain. The lists offer growers 10 extra recommended cereals and oilseed varieties and include no fewer than 31 winter wheats. According to Andrew Newby, commercial director of CPB Twyford, RL Plus could make decision-making difficult.


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