Pea YEN

Pea YEN

The Pea YEN was established in 2016 with support from PGRO and 15 commercial sponsors. The Pea YEN has sought to understand the variation in combining pea yields between fields, farms and seasons…

Pulse YENs - end of 2020 season summary and beyond

The area of field beans and combining peas cropped in the UK has grown by 38 % and 28 % respectively. Pulses can offer an alternative to oilseed rape in the rotation for some,…

PGRO Pulse Agronomy guide

The PGRO Pulse Agronomy guide can be found on the PGRO website, linked below.

YEN Reporting Workshop

YEN Reports are comprehensive. As well as ranking your yield, they provide many explanatory metrics. If you find this somewhat baffling, and would like to delve into the physiological analysis of…

Pea YEN 2021 entrant protocol

The latest version of the Pea YEN 2021 protocol is available for reference. We hope this will also give an idea to those interested in taking part in the Pea YEN of the sampling and data…

New Zealand pea growing guide

Producers around the world face a number of challenges with the pea crop. Whilst regional differences in climate, soil and weather patterns mean that lessons in one region are…

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…

Join the Pea YEN

To register for the Pea YEN, please complete the registration form. Please note that the Pea YEN is currently for combining pea crops only.

Data entry for Pea YEN is through a series of…

Guide to Farmers' Crop Trials

ADAS believes that by working together with other farmers, suppliers, agronomists and scientists, farmers can use their own trials to bring fast learning, new findings and best practice for…