The weed control challenges associated with establishing stewardship mixes is one of the topics being investigated at a new trials site in Cambridgeshire. Marianne Curtis reports.
As featured in Arable Farming Magazine How data could help your business by Arable Farming Putting data at the centre of agriculture is providing new insights for growers and companies further up the supply chain and could lead to a Big Bang moment in agriculture. Marianne Curtis reports. [...]
As featured in Arable Farming Magazine April 2021 Government-backed apprenticeship launched by Arable Farming A new agricultural and horticultural apprenticeship standard has been launched to support anyone looking for a professional route to develop a career as an adviser in all aspects of crop production and agronomy. The BASIS [...]
As featured in Arable Farming Magazine April 2021 Digital tool adding value to OSR nutrition trials by Arable Farming A precision farming platform is helping one group of farmers accurately assess the impact of different OSR nutrition strategies on their farms. Arable Farming reports. To fully evaluate precision farming [...]
As featured in Arable Farming Magazine March 2021 Trainee membership programme launched by Arable Farming A new offering from BASIS Registration provides a first step on the ladder for those pursuing a successful career in agronomy and crop production – BASIS Trainee Membership. Until now, entry onto the BASIS [...]
As featured in Arable Farming Magazine March 2021 Ag robotics take the spotlight at virtual event by Arable Farming The annual FIRA robotics conference in Toulouse, France, was presented as a virtual event at the end of 2020, with more than 1,500 participants from 70 countries. Jane Carley takes a look [...]
As featured in Arable Farming Magazine March 2021 HS2 survey to inform nutrient management guide by Arable Farming A unique opportunity to improve RB209, the industry’s ‘bible’ on managing crop nutrients, has arisen from the HS2 project. Andrew Blake reports. Soil surveys carried out along the [...]
As featured in Arable Farming Magazine Navigating change in the arable sector by Arable Farming Feb 2021 Issue The coming year will see a step change for UK agriculture and farms will have to adjust quickly to a new business environment. Cedric Porter finds out more. [...]
As featured in Arable Farming Magazine Making the connections by Arable Farming Jan 2021 Issue A raft of technology is emerging to assist with machine management and decision-making, but how can we be sure it will work across machinery fleets? Jane Carley investigates. As technology develops [...]
Trees and woodlands provide a wide range of benefits to the environment, society and the economy. Planting them on farm land can also generate an extra income through such things as timber, carbon capture or recreation.