Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Crops

JeremyCole-JT-20160811-Farming-RJ-More-0003 Make sure to ride the grain market rollercoaster to your advantage

Growers should embrace volatility as a profit opportunity – not a threat, says... 


PhomaOnLeaf Timings vital for optimum crop establishment

  Crop management will be particularly important this autumn following a wet harvest,... 


CFFertilisers 0011 Concern grows over knock-on effect of early urea applications

Nitrogen deficiency resulting from urea applications in the dry early spring of... 


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Machinery

MaschioUnicoMplough Maschio breaks new ground with mounted ploughs

Maschio reports strong interest in its recently launched range of mounted reversible... 


JCB Loadall 536-60_AgriPro 01b New JCB Loadall makes UK debut

The new JCB Loadall 536-60 Agri Pro telescopic handler made its UK debut at last... 


VervaetQSeries-1 Successful debut for all-new Vervaet Q-Series

Strong interest is reported by J Riley in the all-new Vervaet Q-Series beet harvester... 


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News & Business

tree planting £13m fund seeks to increase England’s woodland cover

A £13m fund to help landowners plant more trees to protect wildlife, boost the timber sector and reduce flood risk will soon open for applications, forestry minister Thérèse Coffey has announced. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Grants available for on-farm reservoirs and irrigation

Farmers and landowners can now apply for grant funding for on-farm reservoirs and equipment to improve water resource management. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


SeasonalWorkersPlugGaps.2 Farm businesses ‘reliant on seasonal workers’

One in three food and farming businesses fear they will become unviable without overseas workers after the UK leaves the European Union. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Windmill in Suffolk, England, with crops in the foreground Public backs post-Brexit investment in countryside

More than eight out of 10 people think the government should continue to spend money on preserving and managing the countryside. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


farm security Rise in farm theft sparks rural crime wave warning

A surprise increase in farm theft has sparked fears that East Anglia faces a rural crimewave. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


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