Bryce Rham

Abram, Mike
October 2008
Farmers Weekly;10/10/2008, p14
Trade Publication
The article features Bryce Rham, an Association of Independent Crop Consultant (AICC)-member agronomist based in Shropshire, England. Rham notes that he is at saturation point as he covers 19,000 acres and spends Saturdays walking the fields and Sunday doing paperwork. It adds that Rham plans fungicide and herbicide programs ahead of the season due to his high workload. Rham also assists his clients in terms of single-farm payments, soil testing and budgeting.


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