Sunday, May 27, 2018

Crops

Plan spray regime carefully to mitigate resistance risks

Mounting concern about SDHI resistance and an unpredictable disease outlook are... 


Bright future for Limagrain wheat breeding programme

Seed breeder Limagrain UK has seven out of the total 11 varieties up for recommendation... 


Onion varieties show potential to improve productivity

Growers could achieve up to 30t/ha more in yields of set and drilled onion crops... 


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Machinery

New Scorpion telescopic handler range makes LAMMA debut

Visitors to LAMMA were able to see the latest introductions and developments from... 


Samson Agro exhibits latest slurry tanker

Danish spreader experts Samson Agro exhibited its new Slurry tanker – the PG II... 


Grimme unveils 4-row self propelled harvester at Agritechnica

A new 530hp four-row self-propelled potato harvester – complete with a 15t unloading... 


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News & Business

Harvest demonstration feeds grower interest in miscanthus

Norfolk’s new biomass power station is fuelling an increased demand for miscanthus – and farmers wanting to find out more about the crop recently attended a harvest demonstration in the county. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Government ‘must do more’ for green energy

The government has been told it must do more to reduce the amount of carbon emissions in heating systems used in millions of premises– and lobbyists say anaerobic digestion could be a solution. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Bioethanol plant reopens after four-month closure

A major processing plant which generates renewable energy from wheat has finally reopened after a four-month closure. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Teams battle it out for Cereals Challenge

Six teams of students are fighting it out for this year’s Cereals Challenge – to grow a virtual crop of winter wheat in a testing set of circumstances. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Focus on ways to improve soil health and structure

Soil health will take centre stage at Cereals, with visitors able to see a host of options for improving soil structure as part of a productive, profitable and viable business. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


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