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No-till potatoes grown under a straw mulch could help farmers to restore degraded arable soils cost-effectively if used as a cash crop within a regenerative cropping rotation, according to ProCam agronomist Richard Harding.
Presenting results from a four year trial at the recent Groundswell conservation agriculture event, Mr Harding...Read More
Don’t be too hasty dropping winter oilseed rape (WOSR) from rotations based on short-term performance, says Mike Thornton, head of crop production for leading agronomy firm, ProCam. Projections of its profitability relative to winter wheat for harvest 2019 could nudge it back closer into contention, he believes, especially when its...Read More
In the forty years since ProCam was founded, a customer-first philosophy has stood the test of time and continues to underpin the first class specialist agronomy and crop production services we offer today.
Now Europe’s largest privately owned agronomy business, with 100 full time agronomists across the UK. Our approach is not about...Read More
Methods of supplying nitrogen fertiliser to support growth and protein content of arable crops will need to change markedly as nitrogen application comes under increasing environmental scrutiny, says ProCam agronomist, Ian Jackson.
As plans are made for summer nitrogen applications to boost grain protein in milling wheat, he says this...Read More