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  1. #1
    4wd
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    wet day read

    http://www.rothamsted.ac.uk/resource...xperiments.pdf

    Picture of the site at
    http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2912021

    http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2912030

    An ordinary arable field in the Hertfordshire countryside with a not so ordinary background. This is Broadbalk a field on the Rothamstead Experimental Research farm. It has grown a Winter Wheat crop every year since 1843

  2. #2
    Till Seeder
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    Re: wet day read

    Yes well worth a read.

  3. #3
    Niels
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    I knew there were plots in Suffolk that have been continueous wheat since the 40s/50s? But hadn't heard about these yet. Very interesting matter! Thank you for the tip 4wd.

    Edit: Ah, the story already says about a plot in Saxmundham. Founded in 1899, maintained by the same people.

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    clover
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  5. #5
    4wd
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    Re: wet day read

    None, I just quite enjoyed reading it.
    Don't 'do' wheat here.

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    Cab-over Pete
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    Re: wet day read

    The drill man needs a kick up the arse.


  7. #7
    graybo
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    Re: wet day read

    Quote Originally Posted by Cab-over Pete View Post
    The drill man needs a kick up the arse.

    I'll tell him next time i see him.

  8. #8
    Cab-over Pete
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    Re: wet day read



    Been at the pub has he? All those misses can't be the GPS.

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