UK: HGCA quality prediction model forecasts improved UK wheat quality
A higher proportion of UK wheat is forecast to meet bread-making standards, according to a quality prediction model funded largely by the Home-Grown Cereals Authority (HGCA). Predictions for the quality of this year's wheat harvest have been announced by Dr Peter Kettlewell from Harper Adams University College. The announcement is the second set of predictions to be made since the launch of this HGCA-funded research project last year.
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