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Be alert to late flushes of weeds that could hamper harvesting operations appearing in this year’s gappy or thin cereal crops after recent rains, says Paul Gruber, regional technical manager for agronomy firm, ProCam.
Gaps left in crops where waterlogging caused seedlings to rot away over winter are particularly vulnerable to weed...Read More
The appointment of experienced agronomists Kathryn Richards and Gareth Mitchell strengthens the agronomy team at County Crops, part of the ProCam group operating across Lancashire, Cheshire and north Wales.
Gwynedd-based Gareth Mitchell will cover north Wales and the borders, working alongside established County Crops agronomists...Read More
Dear Valued Customer,
With the unprecedented situation we are all currently experiencing due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19), we wanted to provide you with reassurance that all of our agronomy and product delivery services will continue to operate as effectively as they can at all times.
We have been in regular communication with the...Read More
Establishing a cover crop to help restructure soils may be a better option this year than trying to drill a spring cereal on some of the heavier waterlogged clay land. So says ProCam agronomist Ian Jackson, who adds that this strategy would also present an opportunity to reduce levels of black grass where that is a problem.