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Substantial remedial work needed to reset maize ground after wet winter

Effective soil preparation will be vital to ensuring that this year’s maize crops get off to the best possible start. That is according to Simon Montgomery, Technical Lead of ProCam’s Field Options division, who warns that the exceptionally wet winter could have done significant damage to land earmarked for maize.



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Minimise crop stress for spring barley success

Safeguarding yield and quality will be pivotal for profitability in what could be a competitive spring barley grain market this harvest.


In particular, proactively minimising stress on the crop after the wet winter could be key.

That was the message from an industry briefing organised by ProCam recently, and featuring the...

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Investment in fodder beet can maximise returns

Fodder beet should be a serious consideration for livestock farmers this spring, given its potential to be the highest yielding of UK-grown forage crops and the cheapest per unit of energy produced.


So says ProCam’s Rhys Owen, who outlines a number of key management points and recent advances in agronomy that will help to ensure...

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