Thursday, November 15, 2018

Crops

Different dessicants top agenda for agronomists

The need to consider alternatives to Diquat was the main topic of discussion at... 


Potatoes ‘less exposed to Brexit risks’ than many other sectors

Potato growers are less exposed than many other sectors to Brexit, suggests a study... 


Weather comes right for autumn treatment

Mild weather means crops now in the ground need special attention, writes Richard... 


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Livestock

‘Keep your guard’ on liver fluke, farmers warned

Sheep and beef farmers are being urged to keep their eyes on the ball when it comes... 


Feeding technology helps increase dairy profits

Investment in feeding technology has helped drive a welcome increase in dairy margins... 


Plan ahead to meet new ammonia rules

Livestock farmers are being encouraged to consider how their businesses could be... 


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News & Business

More exhibitors prepare to woo crowds at Newark Showground

Extra space is being made available to accommodate an increase in exhibitor interest ahead of this month’s Midlands Machinery Show. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Technical specialists help protect yield and profit from day one

Experts from Certis will be on hand at CropTec to discuss ways to tackle the three main threats of blackgrass, slugs and take-all, in order to protect fields, yields and profits from day one. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


CF Fertilisers focuses on getting the best from nitrogen

Opportunities to increase nitrogen utilisation efficiency and reduce ammonia emissions will be the main focus of the CF Fertilisers stand at CropTec 2018. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Profitable farming is key focus for CropTec 2018

Growers looking to improve their prospects in the face of rising political and economic pressure will be able to and quiz some of the best minds in the business at this month’s CropTec show. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Industry conference builds links with future farming generation

This month’s East of England Farming Conference will reach a wider audience following an agreement that will see the event live-streamed into agricultural colleges. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


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