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cultivating before spring organic wheat
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Topping mustard, green manure
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Planting grass seeds
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you need all 200hp
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spearhead topper
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school visit, drill and all kit lined up
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Hey Thomas, are you a organic farmer? Cheers
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We do a bit of organic farming on some of the land we farm.
using green manures has really worked well. there is intrest
in using them for convetional farming with prices of inputs
raising.
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And what sorts of crops you grow on your farm? We got also a
organic farm, we grow a lot of vegetables and also potatoes
and wheat. We got ore own shop on saturday.
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we grow cereals. beans and wheat, peas, try and use green
manures.
How many ha do you grow?
How much premium do you get?
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hey, we got a market garden. the size is about 8 hectares,
but we grow a lot of products, 1 ha potatoes, 2,5 ha wheat
and 4,5 ha vegetables: lettuce, cabbage, leek, onions,
sweetcorn and pumpkins. We sell some of the products to a
trader, and we also sell a lot in our own shop. We get not
much premies, the same like the normal farmers got. Only
when you want to change your normal farm to a organic farm,
you can get some money. Do you get more in the UK?
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ya the conversion payments are good, £175/ha for 2 years,
then £60 ha after that. the premiums are importent to the
long term viability of organic farming.
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