Crop Watch

February 2007
Farmers Weekly;2/16/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 7, p62
Trade Publication
The article presents an update on key agronomy issues in Great Britain from several crop consultants. David Cairns of McCreath, Simpson & Prentice argues that with good contracts available there is renewed confidence in the crop. Tod Hunnisett of Chichester Crop Consultancy claims that the spell of settled weather slowed crops a little. According to Neil Potts of Matford Arable Systems, many crops are already at GS30, which obviously poses some management problems.


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