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Summer chickpea crops could become a reality | The Land

“But when you plant them in summer, the total opposite happens. The weather is getting more and more favourable for them, and they don’t stop. If it doesn’t stop, no matter how many sprays you put on it, it’s not going to crisp up and dry, it gets soggy. And so you get these harvestability problems with it. Because you can imagine trying to harvest something that’s only half dead in May. It’s just too soft.”

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