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Benchmarking of crop performance plus use of big data to identify farming practices that deliver genuine benefits could become increasingly important as arable farms face continued grain price volatility, uncertainty over farming support and increasing technical challenges, says leading agronomy firm, ProCam.
Opportunities to improve resource use efficiency and margins in potato production were presented to northern growers at a recent ProCam agronomy evening in Skelmersdale.
Topics included the use of controlled release fertilisers, natural root stimulants and wetting agents, each representing innovative approaches with the potential to...Read More
East Anglian farmers could be missing out on the benefits of a simple recycled material that could improve sticky, clay soils, says a crop expert in the region. According to Ian Jackson, who advises farmers in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire for agronomy firm ProCam, gypsum, which can be obtained from recycled plasterboard, makes a...Read More
A worrying yellow rust presence, coupled with susceptible varieties and the appearance of manganese deficiency, mean winter wheat crops need checking regularly over coming weeks, a leading crop expert is urging. According to Dr Tudor Dawkins, technical director for agronomy firm ProCam, yellow rust remains evident in crops, despite a...Read More