Clarke, Adam
June 2013
Farmers Weekly;6/21/2013, Vol. 159 Issue 25, p3
Trade Publication
The article discusses the developments in the agriculture industry in Great Britain, particularly in the arable farming segment. According to David Martindale of Arable Alliance, winter wheat crops have improved due to the good levels of rain seen in May 2013, with expected higher yield potential. The opinions of AICC's Tod Hunnisett, Neil Potts of Matford Arable, and Farmacy's Philip Vickers on the developments are also cited.


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