Monday, June 25, 2018

Crops

Increase gross margins while meeting new Defra rules

Using a controlled release fertiliser (CRF)  in place of a standard nitrogen programme,... 


Get to grips with grain pest monitoring at Cereals

Grain store operators are reminded not to overlook the importance of good grain... 


New beet harvester boosts capacity for Norfolk contractor

A new Vervaet Q-616 sugar beet harvester is producing impressive results for Norfolk-based... 


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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

Miscanthus farm walk announced due to popular demand

Following the success of a miscanthus harvest demonstration in Kings Lynn earlier this year, an extra Norfolk event has been announced to feed interest in the crop. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Keep an eye on machinery costs this harvest

Growers heading into harvest are being advised to keep a close eye on costs – following a recent project suggesting farmers spend too much on machinery. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Tallow amine withdrawal ‘reduces performance of some glyphosates’

Growers should expect reduced levels of performance from many glyphosates this summer following the withdrawal of EU approval for ethoxylated tallow amine (ETA) formulations. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Power lines campaign to stay safe on the farm this summer

Electricity companies have joined forces ahead of harvest to highlight the dangers of working near power lines. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Under-fire payments agency ‘must improve performance’

The Rural Payments Agency has been told to improve the way it handles complaints from farmers – including changes to its much-criticised helpline system. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


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