Farmers are often in a race against time to make sure their crop is ready to go when the crop is sold.
But the UK’s biggest producer of blackberries is hoping that with a recent update to its payments system, it will be able to keep up with demand for its product.
In a move that is expected to help farmers make the most of their growing season, farmers can now make payments for their crop from the next harvest.
This means that the payment will be automatically made in a year when there is enough cash to cover the cost of buying and planting the crop, and when the farmers have paid the crop insurance premium, which covers the cost to cover crop damage caused by weather and pests.
The payments will automatically start being paid out when the crops are ready to be harvested.
Farmers have been looking at ways to speed up payments and make them more attractive to potential buyers in recent years, and a new system that allows farmers to set the time and date for payments will allow them to do just that.
The system is being introduced to a number of different crop insurance policies in the market, and it has been designed to offer farmers the flexibility to change the payment schedule when the market conditions allow.
This will help them to pay more on their crops in a short time and avoid overpaying when the season is going well.
The new payments system will be rolled out across the UK, and there are plans to roll it out across other parts of the world.
The changes mean that farmers will now be able make payments from the current autumn harvest until April.
The move is being hailed as a “game changer”, and one that will help farmers avoid the problem of having to pay out payment for a crop which has not been ready to harvest.
“The system is a game changer for farmers in the short term, but it’s not a game changing system for the longer term,” said Gareth Smith, chief executive of the Royal Academy of Agriculture.
“It’s great to see farmers looking to move to a more flexible payment model, but the longer-term impact on the economy will be devastating.”
The move will also help farmers who have to wait for a payment for their crops, and who will have to pay for crops that are not ready for harvesting.
Farmers will still be able pay crop insurance premiums, but they will be charged a premium for the time it takes to process the crop.
Farmers who are unable to pay their crop insurance will have a higher premium to cover this cost.
However, this will be offset by the extra cash that farmers can spend on paying crop insurance claims, which will be higher than what they would normally pay.
The increase to the payments system is due to the rise in payments in the last few years.
In 2014-15, the total value of crop insurance paid to farmers was estimated at £14 billion, according to the Office for National Statistics.
The total amount paid to the agricultural sector in the year to March 2018 was estimated to be £28 billion, while the amount paid in the preceding six months was estimated as £26 billion.
The latest changes mean farmers who are not making payments for a number and dates in the previous year will now have to make the payments themselves in the next crop.
However the changes mean the payment is still paid out at the end of the crop season.
Farmers may also be able start receiving payments from new payments that they have been able to make through a variety of schemes in the past.
Farmers and their suppliers may be able get new payments from an insurance scheme which has already been in place, or a new crop insurance policy which has been approved.
There is also an extension to the current payments system for new policies that are being introduced, meaning farmers may be eligible for payments from a new policy after a period of 12 months.
Farmers could also be eligible to receive payments from crop insurance from an insurer if they are eligible for a discount.
“There is still a long way to go before we can see a change in crop insurance in the whole UK, but this update to the system is welcome news for farmers who need the flexibility they need to grow their crops safely and successfully,” said John Jones, chief financial officer at the Royal Horticultural Society.
The Royal Academy is a leading global scientific body, with over 150,000 members worldwide.
It is one of the UK Government’s key partners in supporting the research and development of new crop protection products and services.
For more information about crop insurance, including a full list of policy types, visit the RHS website.
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