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Minor disturbance of the soil surface coupled with good soil consolidation could dramatically boost the effectiveness of stale seedbeds as part of blackgrass management, on-farm comparisons by leading agronomy firm, ProCam, suggest.
Conducted on two farms in Northamptonshire, the work compared the amount of blackgrass germinating in...Read More
Establishing maize under biodegradable film has the potential to deliver an earlier harvest along with significantly higher yields and, in the case of most marginal maize growing areas, make the crop more consistently economically viable, according to ProCam Seeds and Traits Manager Will Miller.
Speaking at a recent series of open...
ProCam, one of the leading UK-wide agronomy and crop production businesses, has acquired the specialist forage crop company Field Options.
The acquisition significantly enhances ProCam’s offer, most notably in mixed farming areas, and helps to develop the company’s overall seeds supply strategy of providing farmer-focused...Read More
Minimum tillage may save time. But ploughing could be a better option on many Scottish soils, especially before planting winter oilseed rape.
That is the message from Alistair Gordon, regional technical manager in Scotland for agronomy firm ProCam, who says the benefits of ploughing can be felt from establishment right through to...Read More