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Trill Farm seed variety field lab update

Trill Farm: Parsnips - Varieties sown are Student, Imperial Crown, Hollow Crown and the control is Tender and True. On the first visit on 21 May the parsnips were only just beginning to show.

03 September 2013 | 0 Comments | Recommended by 4

Carrot update

Trill Farm: All carrot varieties were all harvested as baby bunched carrots (favoured by restaurants and fetching a higher price than normal bunches). The following results are rough estimates of yields (we harvested and sold as mixed bunches). Total number of bunches was around 250 (of 14 carrots per bunch).

21 August 2013 | 0 Comments | Recommended by 3

Trill Farm seed field lab in leafy Devon

Trill Farm: My first visit was on Tuesday 21 May to record the progress of seed varieties, donated by various vegetable seed breeders. The trial is managed by Ashley and Kate Wheeler at Trill Farm near Axminster Devon. Ash and Kate are running their own business within a larger 300 acre organic farm on a level site of yellow clay loam incorporating several multi-span poly tunnels. Their main crops are salads intended to local restaurants and shops, including Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s River Cottage Café in Axminster.

31 May 2013 | 3 Comments | Recommended by 5

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