Friday, December 6, 2019

Crops

Trial suggests no-till potatoes regenerate soil

No-till potatoes grown under a straw mulch could help farmers restore degraded arable... 


New guidance for potato in-furrow treatment

New recommendations to help potato growers optimise Amistar in-furrow applications... 


Changes to ‘Safe Haven’ seek to support growers

Red Tractor is examining industry feedback on proposed changes to its Safe Haven... 


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Livestock

Summer of love for British lamb as sales rise

Sales of fresh and frozen lamb increased strongly during the summer, according to... 


Brighter prospects – but challenges too, for dairy

Dairy farmers are being urged to plan ahead for a hard Brexit – even though leaving... 


Elsoms targets pig sector with hybrid rye variety

A new trial is investigating the benefits of including hybrid rye in finisher pig... 


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News & Business

Industry gears up for ‘bumper’ Midlands Machinery Show

Thousands of farmers are expected to attend the Midlands Machinery Show this month to view the latest tractors, industry products and agricultural machinery. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Four new strategic centres for field vegetables launched

Field vegetable producers are set to benefit from four new strategic centres that will demonstrate the latest horticultural research in practice. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


CropTec event helps farmers secure more profitable future

Advice to help farmers maintain and improve their businesses through one of the sector’s most uncertain periods for decades will be on hand at this month’s CropTec Show. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Celebrity chef launches women in farming group

TV chef Rachel Green was joined by 120 women at a special event to mark the launch of the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Women in Agriculture (LNWIA) group. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Biggest cost increases for machinery and fertiliser

Farm machinery and fertiliser saw the biggest cost increases over the past year – driven by rising energy prices, confirm the latest figures. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


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