ProcamPress Releases & Articles
T0 can be a make or break timing for protecting winter wheat’s yield potential against disease, says ProCam’s Head of Crop Production, Nick Myers.
Shifts in yellow rust races, plus heightened difficulties controlling Septoria tritici once established, have brought added weight to the argument for T0 fungicides, says Nick...Read More
This year’s stand at LAMMA January 17th/18th at the East of England Showground was a huge success for ProCam, despite it being foreshortened due to the 80mph gales whipped up by storm Fionn. The dangerously high winds stripped through the exhibition venue overnight after the first day, tearing many stand to shreds and leaving carnage...Read More
New varieties of high dry matter energy-dense beet now available in the UK are making the crop more viable as a feedstock for anaerobic digestion (AD). So says Francis Dunne of Field Options, who points to the latest UK trials where new varieties have excelled and demonstrated their potential for the renewable energy...Read More
Setting up the plough for optimum performance is an essential prerequisite if the implement is to be effective in helping to control grass weeds such as blackgrass.
This was the message from ProCam at LAMMA 2018, where the company used a machine on its stand to point out some of the common mistakes being made on today’s arable...Read More