Spring land availability static despite wheat rises

Abram, Mike
December 2010
Farmers Weekly;12/31/2010, Vol. 153 Issue 25, p45
Trade Publication
The article reports that the available land for spring crops in Great Britain is predicted to remain static despite increases in oilseed rape and winter wheat plantings. According to the article, winter wheat area has expanded by 2 to 3 percent and 4 to 5 percent for oilseed rape. However, the increase in area has been offset by declines in winter barley, winter beans and oats. Spring barley is predicted to increase by 3 percent.


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