ProcamPress Releases & Articles

Rebooting rotations with diverse species swards

Diverse species swards that fulfil Stewardship requirements can be used to rejuvenate soils whilst also generating good returns from forage production.

This was the message from Field Options at Groundswell 2021, with the company highlighting results from its own dedicated trials programme for forage crop mixtures such as its legume...

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North East crop expert wins prestigious award

A North East crop researcher and trainee agronomist has scooped a prestigious award for her outstanding agronomy knowledge.

Jodie Littleford, who is based in East Yorkshire and who works for agronomy firm ProCam, has been awarded the Barrie Orme Shield.

This is presented just once a year to the most outstanding candidate passing the...

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Agronomy firm strengthens team for farmer-focused research

Leading agronomy firm ProCam has strengthened its UK technical team with the appointment of Rebecca Tunnicliffe as trials officer responsible for farmer-focused research.

With four years’ experience in agricultural field trials, Rebecca, who is based near Pickering in Yorkshire, and who was raised on a mixed farm near Pickering,...

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Minimise barley stress to counter ramularia threat

Spring barley growers can reduce the yield and quality-robbing effects of ramularia by shielding crops from the effects of stress. That’s the latest advice from agronomy firm ProCam, with the company’s regional technical manager for Scotland, Alistair Gordon, warning that the physiological effects of drought stress and soil...

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