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Mastering Grain Temperature: The Automated Fan Control Advantage

Controlling crop ventilation fans can be as simple as flipping a switch.

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Farmers believe soil and science go hand-in-hand

Almost nine out of 10 farmers believe regenerative agricultural practices can go in hand-in-hand with the latest agri-technology, reveals a survey.

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Revised SFI ‘worth studying in detail’

The government’s revamped Sustainable Farming Incentive is easier to fit around some farming activities – but less lucrative in some situations.

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Short-term leys can mask longer term grass issues

Challenging conditions in recent years have seen an increase in sales of rapidly growing one-year leys as a quick fix to boost forage stocks – but these could mask deeper grassland problems.

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Water companies start taking cover crop benefits seriously

A growing number of water companies are paying farmers to protect river catchments from run-off by planting cover crops to reduce nutrient leaching.

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Farmers at forefront of plan for river Deben

Farmers face more inspections and tighter enforcement in a bid to improve water quality and the sustainability of the river Deben in Suffolk.

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Electric mower is ‘ultimate robot’ for grassy slopes

An innovative all-electric remote-control slope mower has been launched by McConnel.

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Pond restoration project helps resurrect wildlife

Water management for wildlife will be a key topic when farmers and conservationists meet for a special conference next month in Norfolk.

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New arable products manager for RAGT Seeds

RAGT Seeds UK has appointed Jack Holgate as arable products manager to further raise the profile of the company’s combinable crops portfolio.

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Companion cropping to protect oilseed rape

More growers are establishing oilseed rape alongside a companion crop to protect vulnerable young plants.

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