Belepi UK National Listing and 3-Crop Rule Implications

Posted: September 19, 2019 by Karen Kipling
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Belepi which was previously categorised as a spring wheat (but was able to be sown in the Autumn from mid-October onwards) has now been categorised as a winter wheat. The details are as follows:

Belepi Winter Wheat has been added to the UK National List for wheat to ensure that it can still be legally sold in the UK once we leave the EU on 31 October. It has been entered as a winter wheat on the National List and will now be classed as a winter wheat for the purposes of the 3-crop rule.

It is no longer an option to use autumn drilled Belepi as a spring wheat for the 3-crop rule

The addition was completed in January 2019 and as such it will not affect those growers who drilled the variety as a spring wheat for the purposes of the 3-crop rule in autumn 2018 for harvest 2019.

If you would like to discuss this, or anything else regarding your farm or rural business please contact one of our team.

Robert Sullivan

Director

MBPR P.Agric

Email: rjs@gscgrays.co.uk

Tel: 0191 3039541

Ali Gray

Rural Director

FAAV

Email: ajg@gscgrays.co.uk

Tel: 01665 568 311

James Severn

Rural Director

Email: jrs@gscgrays.co.uk

Tel: 01347 837100

Greg Ricketts

Rural Director

Email: gpr@gscgrays.co.uk

Tel: 01748 897628