Hesitant start to harvest--but the UK is not alone

Blake, Andrew
July 2007
Farmers Weekly;7/20/2007, Vol. 147 Issue 3, p51
Trade Publication
The article reports on the slow progress of the harvesting of oilseed rape and winter barley crops in Great Britain in July 2007. It cites the progress of harvesting in France. It mentions that over 80 percent of rape crops in Great Britain were desiccated rather than swathed. It notes that a fair area of oilseed rape had been gathered in east and south Essex.


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