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The trend towards later drilling on farms affected by black-grass highlights an urgent need for a new approach to variety selection and agronomy if crops are to fulfil potential and break the yield plateau affecting UK wheat.
We have seen major advances in digital tools for forecasting pests, diseases and weeds in crops over recent years and further technological developments promise a new era of more sophisticated tools is on the way.
Farm491 strives to bring together a forum of members to collaborate, share knowledge and expertise – an incubation hub where new technologies are born, developed, and launched.
With advanced hardware and software features, Tellus PRO benefits from quad-core processing power, boosting its capacity and its capability.
Tunit understands that your tractor is the mainstay of a successful season, operating long hours in the toughest conditions.
In collaboration with industry experts and authorities Crop Angel and DroneAG aim to ensure the safe deployment of this precision-led crop spraying technology
Michelin’s revolutionary EvoBib agricultural tyres are expected to be a hot topic of conversation at CropTec 2017 – standing out for being one of the biggest tyre innovations of the last 12 months.
Whether inside or outside Europe the UK will struggle to compete on pure price terms with major international grain producers.
Harper Adams University preparing to showcase its latest developments in precision farming technology at The CropTec Show.
Visitors will be able to learn more about the Hands Free Hectare project, which has been hitting the headlines across the globe after a team based at Harper Adams, in conjunction with Precision Decisions Ltd, successfully grew and harvested a crop of spring barley remotely.
The fertiliser kit includes a distributor head that distributes the fertiliser, metered out from the front hopper Väderstad FH 2200.