Three were in wheat and the other two were seeded with OSR.
Although the weather was dry and overcast, the field was really claggy.
We decided to recce the fields using our tried and tested "Zebra" search technique.
The first field gave up a few fragments of Medieval pottery with the first coin signal being that of a James I half-groat dated to 1603.
The second field was seeded with OSR (Oil Seed Rape) and produced a Roman grot.
The third field was wheat and very quiet apart from one fragment of a C13th jug handle.
The fourth field was also OSR and this too was very quiet with little ferrous and no lead recovered.
The 13" coil and 9" HF coils were used in the standard GMP mode with "Tracking" on the HF and "Manual" on the 13" coil.
Wildlife spotted were; hare, buzzard, kestrel, barn owl, long-tailed tits, fieldfare and redwing to name a few.
High Definition images of the days finds can be seen here.