Early crops surge ahead

By Ben Kelly
January 28 2016 - 7:30am
SOUND ADVICE: CSIRO senior research scientist James Hunt said SA trials demonstrated that finishing seeding by mid-May could help maximise yields, while choosing the right sowing order was also important.
SOUND ADVICE: CSIRO senior research scientist James Hunt said SA trials demonstrated that finishing seeding by mid-May could help maximise yields, while choosing the right sowing order was also important.

WHEAT crops sown before mid-May are likely to reap the highest yields in 2016, according to trial results from the Eyre Peninsula and Mid North.

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