Oilseed YEN

Oilseed YEN

In most regions of the UK, oilseed rape crops are capable of yielding around 9 tonnes of seed per hectare.

However, leading farms and research trials for oilseed rape often achieve in…

Clone of Join the Cereal YEN

To register for the Cereal YEN, please complete the registration form.

Data entry for Cereal YEN is through a series of online forms

ADAS & Lancrop laboratories are pleased to announce leaf tissue analyses will again be available for free for YEN crops

Following a successful exercise last year where around 150 Cereal YEN crops and 20 Oilseed YEN crops were sampled by growers at up to four growth stages during the season. The…

Scottish farmer David Fuller-Shapcott wins bronze for oilseed rape - YEN 2019

Best Field Yield 2019: Bronze Award

Sponsor: BASF

Richard Budd breaking records for oilseed yield - YEN 2019

Best Field Yield 2019: Gold Award

Sponsor: Independent

Grower sets new OSR record of 7.2t/ha in yield competition

Pete Berry, head of crop physiology at ADAS, discusses the tremendous achievement by top three oilseed entrants to the Yield Enhancement Networks annual awards event.  All three top oilseed rape…

Farmers are key to their own success at this year's YEN Awards

The annual awards meeting of the Yield Enhancement Network – or ‘YEN’ – held at Eastwood Hall near Nottingham on Tuesday 19th November was fuller than ever and debated more…

Cereal and Oilseed YEN 2020 Registration closes

15 June 2020 is the deadline to register for the Cereal or Oilseed YEN networks for 2020

The value of YEN data - Richard Wainright, Bank Top Farm

The data you receive as a YEN member means you understand the constraints to your crop growth. There are some constraints you may not be able to do much about but others are really helpful to know…

Why I joined the YEN - Richard Wainright, Bank Top Farm

Richard Wainright farms a 510ha farm in North Yorkshire and joined the Oilseed YEN two years ago. He joined to get more from his yield and has found the detailed data extremely beneficial in…