The Agricultural Productivity Working Group (APWG), chaired by Peter Kendall, warned in a new report the industry would be unable to keep up with its competitors if it did not address its productivity problem.
In last week’s reshuffle, the Prime Minister appointed a new junior Defra Minister, Victoria Prentis. But what are her views on food and farming? Abi Kay explores.
Yorkshire arable farmer and contractor Nigel Phillips of Thrintoft Grange, Northallerton includes liquid fertiliser and slow release nitrogen technology in his own nutritional programme to boost milling wheat and malting barley quality, improve his environmental footprint and free up time to build an expanding contract spraying business.
According to a plan set out by the NFU last year, the 2040 goal can be met through a mix of improved productivity, boosting carbon storage in soils and vegetation and increased production of renewable energy.
Sencrop signs definitive agreement to acquire Visio-Green Agriculture and strengthens its position as the leader in real-time weather data
Lille, 7 January 2020 – Sencrop has been selling a solution based on field weather data since 2016. Its network of accessible and collaborative connected agro-weather stations can be used by farmers to make better decisions on a day-to-day basis and access personalised, ultra-local recommendations.
The new Bill, which was published last week, requires Ministers to set long-term targets on air quality, resource efficiency, waste reduction, water and biodiversity.
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Prodata Weather Systems, the leading, UK-based supplier for Davis weathers stations and the EnviroMonitor system, will be launching their new rental service at Croptec.
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