Sunday, August 04, 2013

CO2-induced crop failure/flooding update: Man may break the British wheat yield record for the second time on land that was under the sea 350 years ago

Race for record wheat crop in low-lying Lincolnshire
David Hoyles broke the British wheat yield record in 2011 on his deep silt soils and is making an attempt to top that this season...His deep silt soils were under the sea some 350 years ago before reclamation and close to the site where King John reputedly lost the Crown Jewels in 1216 crossing the marshy lands on the edge of the sea.

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