There are many benefits to growing crops in Scotland. Historic use of the land is less intensive, which means better rotation and healthier soils. There is also a good availability of sandy and light loam soils which are ideal for root production.
Climate plays an important role, with its variations around the country. During a Scottish summer, we have lower average temperatures - placing less stress on crops, lower pest proliferation and longer daylight hours which all improve crop yield. In winter, growing in coastal areas helps reduce the risk of crops freezing.
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