Crops survive recent rain

Peddie, Andrew
June 2007
Farmers Weekly;6/22/2007, Vol. 146 Issue 25, p63
Trade Publication
The author relates his opinions on various issues related to agriculture in Great Britain as of June 2007. He emphasizes that rural affairs minister Richard Lochead was supporting Scottish pig producers as a new MSP during the crisis in the late 1990s. He mentions that a field of Amarena winter barley survived after a recent rain that last for four hours.


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