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£50,000 funded research to develop Harry – the agri-tech planting robot… See him in action at The CropTec Show
Small Robot Company, a British agritech start-up, today announced it has won a prestigious Horizontal Innovation™ Award from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and the High Value Manufacturing Catapult (HVMC), sponsored by Innovate UK.
Spring Demos - Grange Machinery are out and about Book a DEMO for this spring...... We have finally started our SPRING DEMO TOUR and hope to cover majority of [...]
DIMIX®, a blight-controlling fungicide from Arysta LifeScience, has now been launched in the UK & Ireland.
HORSCH has again recorded record growth figures as the business continues to increase sales in all sectors.
UK based biotechnology company, AminoA Biostimulants have now officially launched their new liquid range of biostimulant products.
£200,000 has been awarded to Harper Adams, which will work with DEFRA, APHA, FERA as well as large plant growers and SMEs on the Plant health skills for a post-Brexit UK project.
Adama launch new-for-2018 Precision Crop Protection Hub Following on from the success of last year’s extremely popular ‘Seedbeds, Slugs and Stewardship Hub’, and the ‘Septoria Hub’ which preceded [...]
From April 2018 all farmers in England will need to follow a new set of farming rules for water. DEFRA are making regulations which will give these rules legal force from then.
The “Farming Heroes” campaign is highlighted in the comprehensive HORSCH information app. Available for iOS and Android, the publicly available app contains the features of every HORSCH machine as well technical data, a picture gallery and demonstration videos.
After signing up for Yagro Price Check, farmers confidentially submit their product invoices. Having done so, they can see how these prices compare against verified and anonymised data from their peers, giving peace of mind for some and tangible savings opportunities for others.