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Winter cereal growers facing uncontrolled blackgrass brought on by early drilling and the dry autumn are being urged to make an honest appraisal of its likely economic impact, in order to plan appropriate action.
According to Mike Thornton, head of crop production for leading agronomy firm, ProCam, last summer’s early harvest...
Including red clover in silage leys has the potential to boost dry matter production by more than two tonnes per hectare per year and increase nutritional quality in the clamp, according to Francis Dunne of Field Options.
Speaking at the AHDB’s ‘Quality Silage from Seed to Feed’ event at Longden Manor in Shropshire, he...Read More
Soil health and its importance to the future of UK farming will be a central theme of ProCam’s LAMMA exhibit, with innovative displays being used to demonstrate root as well as foliar growth characteristics of a wide range of crop types.
The company will invite farmers to challenge conventional approaches to arable cropping and...Read More
Colonisation of roots by mycorrhizal fungi has been shown in new research to be compatible with modern wheat crops, but with variation between varieties. According to ProCam agronomist Lottie Alves, who carried out the trials, the results are an important indicator for farmers practising no-till conservation agriculture, for those...Read More