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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.
The CropTec Show’s unique blend of innovative trade stands and topical seminar sessions has again proved a strong draw for progressive arable farmers and agronomists looking to improve technical and business performance.
This event offers our members a unique opportunity to hear from some of the UK’s leading experts and gain an exclusive insight into new innovations and technologies.
An automated control system being featured by Kentra Grain Systems at the CropTec event helped Shropshire grower Rob Timmis to more effectively manage his 35-tonne/hr Kentra continuous flow dryer this year.
Farmers will be able to watch and learn exactly how useful a drone can be on the farm out in the fields of a family-run estate – the base of training company DroneAG.
The CropTec Show 2017 Join us #clubhectare on Weds 29th & Thurs 30th Nov at The CropTec Show stand 3.25 Registration is free for all those who pre-register before the event. [...]
The Red Dragon Flame Weeder for organic farmers as there are no side effects or environmental ramifications. This method replenishes the soil with nutrients from the resulting carbon and encourages further crop growth.
The IDC, is long-awaited in the grain market and will benefit customers by minimizing over drying, maximizing obtainable product quality, weight and prices and providing total process control.