March 2008
Farmers Weekly;3/14/2008, p6
Trade Publication
The article features Sidney Camps who is checking seed spacing and drilling depth of Advantage-treated Bobcat sugar beet in perfect conditions on his sandy loam at Grange Farm, Abington, Cambridgeshire, England. After his earliest ever start, on March 4, 2008, all 47 hectares were safely sown just two days later.


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