if it stays this dry there won’t be a harvest on some fields
If it doesn't rain in the next month it certainly will be an early harvest. Flag leaf timings are pretty typical, so no change there. Oilseed rape is still flowering on the extra side branches in the thinner crops so maturity dates will be well spread out on those.
No rain on the two week look ahead in the East.
I have decided I need to go off on holiday for 2 weeks so I don't have have look at it any more, hopefully something changes whilst I am away.... oh wait
That would be unheard of Clive, I truly hope you're wrong!ears out and dying off in big patches now - if this keeps up we will harvest wheat in June
no hope of averaging 1t/ac now - it’s buggered
in some cases the next big management decision will be what to bother combining
Funny you should ask that - in fact on one occasion I came across an interesting lady from Texas who was in the game of importing Bolivian llamas to the US and from there exporting them to the UK.Import/export?
u got a fair bit of rain in may did u not? aberdeenshire got the most of the may showers i reckonWe aren't there yet. But another 2 weeks without rain and we'll be in trouble. Sounds like some of you guys are already there.
We thought 2018 was a once in 25 year event but at moment looks like it could happen again. Sub 1.5t crops. Nitrogen levels over 2.
Tempted to go against my own advice and hit it with a trace element brew next week if no rain in forecast.