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Soya Crops 2019

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David with one of our Norfolk Soya Growers, in his crop on 7th August 2019

Steve Lepper, from Tofurei, visiting Norfolk Soya Beans, variety Siverka, 7th August 2019

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Walsingham meeting 070819 (8)
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Soya ice cream, made by Tofurei, with Norfolk Soya beans

Chocolate "cheesecake" made by Tofurei,  using Norfolk Soya Beans. 

Steve Lepper of Tofurei, bringing samples of his soysage, made with Norfolk Soya Beans, to our Field Meeting in Walshingham on 7th August 2019

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Beautiful Norfolk Soya Beans, variety Siverka, on 7th August 2019

Soya beans, variety Siverka, at sunset on 5th August 2019, in Spalding, Lincolnshire.

David in a super crop of soya beans, variety Siverka, in Essex on 5th August 2019

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Clover Setona weevil (2)
Clover Setona weevil (1)

Jacqui & David McNaughton crop walking soya, variety Siverka - in Essex - 5th August 2019

Leaf notching caused by the Clover Setona Weevil - this damage is inconsequential at this stage in the soya plants life.

Clover Setona Weevil on a soya leaf - 6th August 2019 - any damage caused by this is inconsequential at this stage in the life of the soya plant.  Not to be confused with the  Pea & Bean weevil,  which is black in colour and does cause issues in peas and bean crops.

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Soya variety "Siverka" on 31st July 2019 in Cambridgeshire

5th August 2019 - one of our growers  harvested pile of Amarillo Triticale 

Soya variety "Siverka"  showing good root nodules.  The red colour indicates that the plant is actively fixing Nitrogen.

Soya Crops 2018

Our soya trial - 17th August 2018 - early to mature variety Siverka on the right, and late to mature Swiss variety, Obelix, on the left.  Clearly showing why varietal choice is important for growing soya in the UK.

Jacqueline in our trial of new variety "Jacqueline"!  We are excited about the potential of this high yielding, early maturing variety.

Seed production of new "early maturing" variety Arnica in Chichester on 17th August 2018 

Soya variety Siverka in well into senescence stage, crop in Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire on 14th August 2018 - early senescence due to drought of 2018

Showing height of Soya variety Siverka on 15th August 2018

Showing height of Soya variety Siverka on 15th August 2018

Showing the top pods developing in Soya variety Siverka in Lincolnshire on 15th August 2018

Soya variety Siverka in Lincolnshire on 15th August 2018

Soya variety Siverka in Ringwood, Dorest on 18th July 2018

Soya variety Siverka - 6th July 2018 Maidstone, Kent

Soya variety Siverka - 5th July 2018 in Norfolk

Soya variety Siverka - 3rd July 2018 in Leicestershire

Soya variety Siverka - Sittingbourne, Kent on 6th June 2018

Pigeon control in emerging soya in early May 2018

Soya emerging on 17th May 2018

Soya emerging on 11th May 2018.

Soya cotyledons emerging on 11th May 2018

Wheat crop 16th May 2018, sown after Soya grown in 2017.  Satelite monitoring shows this wheat has one of the best leaf area indexes on the farm despite this being grown in one of the poorest fields.

Pre-emergence herbicide application in Essex on 4th May 2018

Drilling the Soya UK trail plots in Essex on 11th May 2018

Drilling the Soya UK trail plots in Chichester on 10th May 2018

6th May 2018 Trials Seed organised and  ready to go drilling

Direct Drilling Soya in Wiltshire on 1st May 2018.  Soya was direct drilled into warm, moist ex ELS over-wintered wheat stubble having been first sprayed with glyphosate about three weeks before to kill off the volunteer cereals. In future years this grower would prefer to have a non-leguminous cover crop to drill into as the ground is empty for up to nine months post harvest of the preceding cereal.

Drilling Soya in Norfolk on 26th April 2018

Millet Crops 2017

Olly Harrison's Mammoth Millet in Merseyside 4th September 2017

Olly Harrison's Mammoth Millet in Merseyside 4th September 2017

Soya Crops 2017

Vilshanka, soya beans harvested on 8th October at Little Durnford Farm, Nr Salisbury, Wiltshire.

Ally Hunter Blair of Wye Farm, Herefordshire harvesting soya on
19th September 2017

Simon Ashworth of M J Ashworth in Lydd, Kent combining his Siverka on 21st September 2017 with a record breaking yield of 1.25t/acre at 14% moisture

Donald & Stuart Macaulay harvesting Soya, Colchester, Essex
22nd September 2017

Chris Philpot's crop of Siverka, in Essex on 3rd September 2017

Martin Smith's Siverka South Essex
5th September 2017

Ally Hunter Blair of Wye Farm, Herefordshire harvesting soya on
19th September 2017

Philip Partridge's crop of Siverka in Suffolk 3rd September 2017 - drilling date 22nd May 2017

Philip Partridge's crop of Siverka in Suffolk 3rd September 2017 - drilling date 22nd May 2017

Chris Philpot's crop of Siverka, in Essex on 3rd September 2017

Ally Hunter-Blair soya crop
Herefordshire
24th August 2017

 

Overbury Estate soya crop
Variety Vilshanka
Gloucestershire

24th August 2017

Philip Partridge's crop of Siverka in Suffolk 3rd September 2017

Fenland soya crop
Variety Vilshanka
12th August 2017

Herefordshire Soya - growth stages

Cambridgeshire soya crop
13th August 2017

Charlie Collins soya crop - Essex
Siverka left Vilshanka right

19th August 2017

Charlie Collins soya crop - Essex
Variety - Siverka
19th August 2017

Charlie Collins soya crop - Essex
Variety - Vilshanka
19th August 2017

Headland Meetings 2017 - 3rd August - 17th August

Romsey Hampshire with Ukrainian plant breeders

Rainy day in Duxford Cambridgeshire

Good turnout in North Lincolnshire

Dr Bruce Knight visits North Lincs crop to discuss root nodules

North Lincs crop root nodules

David McNaughton in Romsey, Hampshire

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