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"Area of Winter Linseed looks set to rise dramatically" - A. Probert, Farmers Guardian 6th Sept 19

The area of winter linseed this season looks set to rise dramatically, as more growers look to alternative break crops says Andrew Probert, managing director of Premium Crops.

“If you look at what we have as far as autumn break crops there are really only three – wOSR, winter beans and winter linseed. The area of winter rape is going to decline and most farmers have enough beans on their farms.”

The risk of losing OSR crop to flea beetle has meant that 1-2 per cent of last year’s oilseed rape area will be converted into winter linseed, Mr Probert adds.

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Cefetra to distribute Sirius Minerals POLY4 product in Europe

SIRIUS Minerals has secured a European distribution agreement for the fertiliser it plans to produce from a giant mine on the North York Moors.

The listed company has signed a 10-year supply and distribution contract with BayWa Agri Supply and Trade (BAST), a Dutch subsidiary of Munich-based agricultural giant BayWa.

BAST will exclusively distribute POLY4 in Europe through its Cefetra business.

Daan Vriens, chief executive of BAST, said:  “This will provide farmers, via our extensive networks, a fertiliser product that promotes sustainable agricultural practice in our home market, Europe.”

 

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