Consistency is the key message at the AHDB Milling Wheat Conference
Published on 08 March 2019
The Milling Wheat Conference highlighted the importance of the supply chain through links between growers, millers and the final baked product to produce an excellent quality loaf for the customer.
On 26 February the winners of the YEN Quality award, sponsored by NABIM, were announced at the AHDB Milling Wheat Conference. The conference included contributions from all parts of the supply chain including research, growing, storage, milling and baking. The millers’ panel and winners’ discussion session also proved interesting and insightful for participants. ADAS Crop Physiologist Sarah Clarke discussed effective nutrition programmes stressing that variety choice and nutrition are both key to achieving bread-making quality.
“Variety choice and nutrition are both key to achieving bread-making quality.
Growers can benchmark and learn more about their quality from entering the YEN Wheat Quality Award and could think about
carrying out tramline trials for nutrition programmes to see what could be achieved on their farm.”
Sarah Clarke, Crop Physiologist at ADAS
To read the full AHDB press release, please visit https://ahdb.org.uk/news/consistency-is-key-message-at-ahdb-milling-wheat-conference
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