ProcamPress Releases & Articles
AS PART of its drive to provide solutions not inputs, leading agronomy firm ProCam has recruited Rob Adamson as technical development manager.
With UK farmers facing new agronomic challenges and opportunities, Mr Adamson will be pivotal in supporting the company’s wider technical department and UK-wide team of agronomists. Key to...Read More
High prices of around £600/tonne make it well worth investing attention to detail to look after oilseed rape crops this spring and summer, says Mike Thornton, head of crop production for agronomy firm ProCam, but variable growth means management will need tailoring to individual fields.
“A lot of winter oilseed rape (WOSR) seems to...
Field Options, the forage and fodder crops seeds division of ProCam, has announced that a limited quantity of the newly listed fodder beet variety, Goldimo, will be available for the spring 2022 drilling season.
Goldimo, a new fodder beet variety from KWS Momont, which also bred popular varieties Geronimo and Lactimo, was added to the...Read More
Leading agronomy and crop production business, ProCam, has strengthened its vegetable and salad crop team with the appointment of Ashley Cooley.
Mr Cooley, a farmer’s son from South Lincolnshire and now based in Rutland, has been working in the vegetable and salad sector since 1980 when he joined the family farming business from...Read More