Norfolk youngsters are being given another chance to attend the Oxford Farming Conference – thanks to a special initiative from Bidwells and the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association (RNAA).
ROPA’s Panther beet harvester is on general sale in the UK having completed its first commercial season in Germany.
Agronomists report an increased risk of volunteer potatoes in this year’s sugar beet crops following a mild winter with little or no frost.
Better prospects beckon for exports over the coming season, says David Eudall.
This season’s high disease risk means growers should keep an especially close eye on crops this month, says Richard Overthrow.
THE HARVEST PERIOD The harvest period sees level crossing usage increase substantially across the UK. There are more than 6,500 crossings in Britain and just under 900 level crossings on the Anglia route. On Anglia, Network Rail has been working with industry partners and the farming community to try and reduce the risk associated with [...]
Harvested by hand, asparagus is a vital crop for Norfolk grower Tim Jolly.
More farmers are opting for farm-saved seed, ensuring a good start to drilling and crop establishment – and saving money too.
Family business Lord & Hunt offers a forward-looking to agricultural contracting
The 2015 sugar beet recommended list was launched at Abbey Farm, West Dereham, King’s Lynn, Norfolk, which is farmed by GS Shropshire & Sons Ltd.