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Keeping the food supply chain operating is obviously essential in these exceptional times and we aim to maintain our normal delivery service across our full product range. At the same time, the safety of every member of our team is … Continue reading
Our 2020 Seeds booklet aims to give you an insight into our complete seed portfolio. At CROPCO we want you to receive the best possible advice when choosing your varieties. From rotational planning and variety selection through to the delivery … Continue reading
Farmers across the county have been visiting Hybrid Wheat farm trial open days to learn more about the economic case for growing Hybrid Wheat on land that normally limits high yields. Stanway Hall near Colchester is farmed by Robert Davidson … Continue reading
Well worked badger sets expose sharp building sand on Builderland farmed by Stephen and Adam Norris near Clare on the Suffolk/Essex border; less than ideal for growing quality winter wheat. It may, on the other hand, be a suitable proving … Continue reading
Last season British record holder Tim Lamyman achieved yields of almost 13t/Ha growing Hystar hybrid wheat on Tumby sands near Horncastle in Lincolnshire; an area better known for its sand quarries than its wheat growing potential. Representing an increase of … Continue reading
Robert Kendall, who farms at Shiptonthorpe in Yorkshire, is the winner of the Hybrid Wheat competition held at this year’s LAMMA event. Mr Kendall will receive sufficient seed to grow 5 ha of Hybrid Wheat for next harvest.
Latest guidelines for growing the Hybrid Wheat varieties Hystar, Hyteck and Hybery are now available in the ‘download‘ area. Information on site selection and positioning within the rotation, optimum drilling window, seed bed conditions, pest, weed and disease control are … Continue reading
Consistency, irrespective of the vagaries of the weather or challenging soil types, is one of the main benefits of growing hybrid wheat. Across the Anglian region three-year averages – including this year’s harvest – are now available for Hystar and … Continue reading
David Markham, who farms near Dorking, is the winner of the Hybrid Wheat competition at this year’s Cereals event. Mr Markham will receive sufficient seed to grow 5 ha of Hybrid Wheat for next harvest.