ProcamPress Releases & Articles
Establishing a ryegrass-based catch crop immediately after this season’s maize harvest could help to bridge forage gaps that are a concern on many Welsh farms following the summer drought. So says ProCam agronomist Gareth Williams, who believes conditions for drilling after maize could be more favourable than usual this year across...Read More
Growers of vulnerable crops such as sugar beet and oilseed rape should give them a helping hand to make use of available soil moisture now the region has had some much-needed rain, an eastern counties crop advisor is urging.
According to Ian Jackson of agronomy firm ProCam, achieving good soil contact of tiny oilseed rape seeds,...Read More
Increased use of ‘big picture’ data to spot agronomic trends, provide an early warning of potential crop problems and identify practices that can help, could be an important tool to boost arable farms’ financial sustainability in the unknown waters of Brexit, says leading agronomy firm, ProCam.
Speaking at the launch of the...Read More
Harry James has joined national agronomy and crop production business ProCam, expanding the ProChem team of agronomists based at Leominster in Herefordshire.
Previously working in farm management, as assistant manager on a 5,500 acre arable unit in Lincolnshire and earlier being involved with a 3,000 acre operation in Kent, Harry...Read More