A new biological seed treatment for oilseed rape is available from UPL this autumn.
August is such an important month with harvest naturally the number one priority. But don’t miss the data gathering opportunity that this time presents as data that underpins your crop nutrition strategy can be part of your ‘Reflect & Review’ process in crop management:
Min till/no till crop establishment has sparked the interest of many who desire more sustainable farming practices with reduced input costs. Bourgault Tillage Tools’s Versatile Opener System (VOS) has been designed to meet these objectives, offering minimal soil disturbance and reduced wear rates at a lower cost per hectare.
Newly developed measure also a good predictor of carbon storage
Kverneland cultivator tines have been designed to suit various soil types, working depths, soil movement and residue management, in both primary and secondary cultivations.
The latest news for BASIS and FACTS-qualified farmers and advisers.
The benefits of cover crops are being explored by many growers, but careful management is needed to ensure residues do not hamper the following crop. Jane Carley gets guidance on destruction principles and looks at tools for the job.
An AHDB-funded project nearing completion has sought to understand and quantify the risk of glyphosate resistance developing in UK grass-weed populations. Andrew Blake reports.
With high costs and disappointing returns from OSR, should growers spend on seeding equipment to get the best results or go for a lower priced option? Jane Carley reports.
As crop pests and extreme weather put sugar beet under pressure, BBRO’s BeetField20 Virtually Live online events provided growers with some pointers to adapting to the changing meteorological and political climate. Alice Dyer and Marianne Curtis report.