• The demand for UK pulses looks set to increase further with significant domestic interest in the 2021 crop. More immediately, the 2020 harvest appears to be a stop-start affair and much of the UK pulse crop is yet to be combined. A decent fine spell is now required to bring it home. While a massive yield range has been experienced, the UK pea crop appears to have performed better than expected and it is likely that yields will......

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Locally grown Soya just needs some cutting weather now, low pods will sadly reduce yield.