Pleased with barley start

August 2008
Farmers Weekly;8/15/2008, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports on the status of winter barley harvesting as of August 2008. By July 25, 2008, the yielding of winter barley reached 8.4 tons per hectare with nitrogen below 1.5%. The disease Sclerotinia hit the author's farm and scrapped 3.5 tons per hectare. The author also commends the Birds Eye group for the vining pea yields.


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