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5 things to consider with a late autumn post-em

Settled weather is providing an opportunity to control problem weeds with contact-acting herbicides before they get out of hand. Darren Adkins of Bayer outlines five tips for late autumn sprays.

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Surprise dry spell eases fears of wet autumn

A dry period during November helped ease fears of another wet autumn, says Richard Overthrow.

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New-look descriptive lists for peas and beans

A major revamp has seen the official variety list for pulse growers change from a Recommended List to a Descriptive List.

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Potato growers win harvest battle against wet weather

Potato growers have overcome a second successive wet harvest to produce decent yields following a challenging season.

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Illegal farm waste seized at ports

Farmers are being urged to ensure contaminated plastic waste is disposed of legally following an increase in seizures at shipping ports.

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Farm shows aim to bounce back after coronavirus

Two of the region’s biggest agricultural shows hope to come back bigger and better after announcing they won’t take place in 2021.

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‘Biggest change in farm payments for 50 years’

Big changes to farm support have been given the go-ahead after legislation that the government says will “unleash the potential of agriculture” passed into UK law.

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There are no cash cows in farming

Poor profitability prompts Fen Tiger to question the wisdom of farmers who buy more land using money from outside agriculture.

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New dribble bars from Tramspread

Tramspread has launched a new Suffolk range of dribble bars – ranging in width from 6m to 24m.

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Ktwo improves spreaders to increase volume and outputs

British farm machinery Ktwo has launched its Mk5 range of Bio and Evo muck spreaders to increase volumes and ease emptying to maximise outputs.

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