Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Crops

Cover crops boosts nutrient benefits from farm digestate

Cover crops are able to help farmers capture more nitrogen from anaerobic digestate... 


Changes to ‘Safe Haven’ seek to support growers

Red Tractor is examining industry feedback on proposed changes to its Safe Haven... 


Trial suggests no-till potatoes regenerate soil

No-till potatoes grown under a straw mulch could help farmers restore degraded arable... 


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Machinery

Scotts six row topper takes centre stage

Visitors to this year’s Midlands Machinery Show will be among the first to see... 


Innovative seminars at Midlands Machinery Show

An inspiring seminar programme at this month’s Midlands Machinery Show aims to... 


Iconic vintage tractor sets UK auction record

The UK auction record for a vintage or classic tractor was smashed at the Cheffins... 


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News & Business

Industry gears up for ‘bumper’ Midlands Machinery Show

Thousands of farmers are expected to attend the Midlands Machinery Show this month to view the latest tractors, industry products and agricultural machinery. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Biggest line-up yet for CropTec sprayer demonstrations

Ten sprayer manufacturers will be putting some of the latest machines available to UK operators through their paces at this year’s CropTec Show. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


CropTec event helps farmers secure more profitable future

Advice to help farmers maintain and improve their businesses through one of the sector’s most uncertain periods for decades will be on hand at this month’s CropTec Show. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Sculpture wins ‘wheat art’ competition

A tractor sculpture created by Cambridgeshire wheat grower Michael Sly and his team has won a £1000 for a charity which highlights the importance of local food and farming. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


Call to redefine productivity of UK agriculture

A new approach is needed to assess the productivity of UK agriculture so it better reflects the output of more sustainable farming systems, says a report. [Read more of this review]  Read More →


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