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Winter Wheat

Our winter wheat varieties include Breadmaking Wheats, Biscuit Wheats, Soft Feed and Hard Feed Wheats.

Winter Barley

Our winter barley range offers popular Malting Barleys, High Yielding Feed Barleys and a selection of Hybrid Barleys. 

Pulses

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Winter beans are the classic pulse crop for heavier land that is difficult to work in the spring. Though the preferred method of establishment is by drilling, ploughing-in remains an option. Early crop development reduces their susceptibility to early summer drought. Winter beans can often out-yield spring beans though, in most seasons, there is little between the two crops.

Pale hilum varieties;of both winter and spring varieties can achieve premiums for export into human consumption markets, though winter varieties can often be susceptible to more staining and are therefore seen as less desirable.

Oilseed Rape

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Our Oilseed rape varieties offers excellent yields, we also have a number of varieties that have useful agronomics in terms of early maturity, stiff straw and good resistance; to light leaf spot.

View Our Specialist Autumn Seed Blogs For Further Information

The Three Gs

IS YIELD STILL KING?
Feeding high yielding varieties
Programmes for high yielding varieties
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