EXPERTS are to study ways climate change will affect agriculture in east Suffolk.
GOOD risk management remains vital despite high wheat prices, says one of the region’s top bankers.
WELL-TIMED spring fungicides are better than autumn seed treatments when creating a solid foundation for season-long disease control in winter wheat, says an agronomist.
RAPE growers are being advised to balance time and cost against local pest variations when making decisions on seed treatments.
OILSEED rape growers across the East of England are being urged to increase returns from this year’s crop by selling at the right time.
UNCERTAINTY over government plans to create a public footpath along the East Anglia coastline has left landowners in limbo.
GROWERS may need to review wheat variety selections for the coming season after grain prices soared by one third in a single month.
Norfolk-based merchants Adams & Howling have been named preferential supplier to Gleadell Agriculture’s new grain terminal at Great Yarmouth.
THE government’s environmental watchdog is set to clamp down on water pollution from agriculture.
EAST Anglian land drainage firm William Morfoot has added a third trenching machine to the company’s fleet.