GROWERS are being encouraged to take action now against active yellow rust.
A BETTER understanding of markets, varieties and agronomy and costs could boost grain profits this season, farmers were told.
REFORM of the Common Agricultural Policy will require an increasingly flexible approach to farming, say rural consultants Grant Thornton.
MILLERS from around the world visited East Anglia to highlight the strength of the grain supply chain.
A “perfect mildew storm” awaits unwary wheat growers this spring, an East Anglian agronomist has warned.
LIVESTOCK farmers are being encouraged to consider drought-tolerant forage crops as part of their spring reseeding plans.
RURAL consultants are advising farmers to apply now for funding under the government’s Rural Economy Grant Scheme (REG).
OILSEED rape could go through a relatively short, but very intense, flowering period after the recent cold snap checked crops, say experts.
GROWERS are being reminded about the importance of stewardship measures when applying chlorpyrifos
OILSEED rape crops could see early pressure from sclerotinia this season, say experts behind a web-based disease monitoring service.