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very hot in spain what is their crop stages now
looks to be very hot this next week in southern russia ukraine and kasahkstan what stage are their crops
kansas wheat too put the crop at 261 million bushels compared to last years 364 million bushels
a drop of 30% nearly 3 million tonnes yields from 0% to 100%

The USDA estimate for the Nebraska wheat crop is 36.9 million bushels, down from 41.2 from last year. The estimated yield average is 41 bushels per acre. The Colorado crop is estimated at 49.6 million bushels, down from 69.6 million bushels last year. The estimate is for an average of 31 bushels per acre across the state. Brad Erker, executive director of Colorado Wheat, estimated the crop at 40.1 million bushels, based on a yield of 28.6 bushels per acre, 1.4 million acres harvested and 30% abandonment rate. Oklahoma reported that the state’s production is estimated at 60 million bushels, down from 115 million bushels last year, with 25 bushels per acre yield.
 

Happy

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Scotland
Do you , well fyi most crops without irrigation are dead by the end of May south of the Loire , but don't let me stop you reading fake news
But it’s North of the Loire where most of the wheat is produced that’s dying off early and causing concern.
Bit like how drought in England doesn’t end when a member on here between Perth & Inverness gets a nights rain.
 
very hot in spain what is their crop stages now
looks to be very hot this next week in southern russia ukraine and kasahkstan what stage are their crops
kansas wheat too put the crop at 261 million bushels compared to last years 364 million bushels
a drop of 30% nearly 3 million tonnes yields from 0% to 100%

The USDA estimate for the Nebraska wheat crop is 36.9 million bushels, down from 41.2 from last year. The estimated yield average is 41 bushels per acre. The Colorado crop is estimated at 49.6 million bushels, down from 69.6 million bushels last year. The estimate is for an average of 31 bushels per acre across the state. Brad Erker, executive director of Colorado Wheat, estimated the crop at 40.1 million bushels, based on a yield of 28.6 bushels per acre, 1.4 million acres harvested and 30% abandonment rate. Oklahoma reported that the state’s production is estimated at 60 million bushels, down from 115 million bushels last year, with 25 bushels per acre yield.
For balance.

Next doors 100 acre of winter wheat looks outstanding.
 
For balance.

Next doors 100 acre of winter wheat looks outstanding.
point taken

the 100 acres 400 tonnes will get used locally

kansas 7.4 million acres 7 to 10 million tonnes a a lot exported
uk 4.5 million acres 14 million tonnes enough for the uk

ukraine has 20 million grain tonnes not exported

india 100 million tonnes enough for india

the world needs every acre we can produce
because high fertiliser prices make it uneconomic to go for the highest yields `
 

jon9000

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Location
yorkshire
point taken

the 100 acres 400 tonnes will get used locally

kansas 7.4 million acres 7 to 10 million tonnes a a lot exported
uk 4.5 million acres 14 million tonnes enough for the uk

ukraine has 20 million grain tonnes not exported

india 100 million tonnes enough for india

the world needs every acre we can produce
because high fertiliser prices make it uneconomic to go for the highest yields `
So are you holding?
 

Martyn

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Location
South west
Organic spring barley looking the best we have so far. Been a fab spring for cereals in the SW rain just as it's needed it
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Zippy768

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Mixed Farmer
Location
Dorset/Wilts
Beans. Current prices ? Rough growing costs ? Any money in it ? Ta.
When you last grow beans?
Our have paid pretty well the last two years, a v v long time since had beams tho.
HSS, heavy pre em (cos you have nothing post em), maybe 2 fung (teb and amistar).
Of course it'll be clean, so won't be needing the pre Harvest roundy.

Smack your wheat in following and save on the N
 

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Man fined £300 for bonfire-related waste offences

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Written by William Kellett from Agriland

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A man has pleaded guilty at Newtownards Magistrates’ Court to waste offences relating to a bonfire next to the electrical sub-station on the Circular Road in Newtownards, Co. Down.

Gareth Gill (51) of Abbot’s Walk, Newtownards pleaded guilty to two charges under the Waste and Contaminated Land (Northern Ireland) Order 1997, for which he was fined £150 each and ordered to pay a £15 offender’s levy

On June 25, 2018, PSNI officers went to Gill’s yard, where they found a large amount of waste consisting of scrap wood, pallets, carpet and underlay.

Discussion with Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) officers confirmed the site...
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