I have all my spring drilling to do thanks to 154mm rain in March. IF it dries up in the week commencing 16th April I need 2 weeks to get everything in with some long shifts. Claydon drill. The heavier fields will get a pass with the Carrier to open the top 1.5" up and provide a bit of tilth around the seed. I have Planet barley to go on gravel/clay at 392 seems/m2 if I drop a couple of the wettest fields that will take 3 weeks to dry out at least. I have some left over vetch/buckwheat/phacelia seed to go in these & the following crop is spring oats in this block. Laureate 385 seeds/m2 for better land Elyann oats 453 seeds/m2 for good chalk soils which seems too thick so I might swap into a field for beans to dilute or I'll just carry over the spare seed and drop the rate a bit to 375 - 400 seeds/m2 Vertigo beans 59 seeds/m2 on mixed chalk, clay and gravel land. Will probably go in with a plough & power harrow combination on some otherwise it's fallow for the worst fields too. What kind of seed rates do I need? Barley ought to go up to 425/m2 in April in theory.