Serving the Farming Industry across East Anglia for 35 Years
Monitoring system saves downtime at harvest

A tyre monitoring system to help prevent downtime at harvest can now be specified on Continental ty

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14.5m tonne wheat harvest ‘won’t stop market volatility’

Cereal margins are expected rise this year as the UK heads for a 14.5m tonne wheat harvest – but market volatility will continue, say industry experts.

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‘Breakthrough’ swede varieties are boost for growers

A British plant breeding breakthrough could help eradicate one of the most common threats to swede production around the world.

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Nelson offers high protein efficiency from lower nitrogen inputs

Buy-back contracts are being offered to UK farmers who grow a German E-wheat which is celebrating its 10th anniversary.

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Rapid disease testing helps cut fungicide bills

A disease testing service is helping growers and agronomists reduce expenditure on fungicides.

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Growers at heart of Bean YEN initiative

Plant breeder LSPB is continuing its sponsorship of the Ben Yield Enhancement Network (YEN) initiative for a fourth year.

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Study probes best timings for grass weed herbicides

More effective decisions on spring grassweed herbicide applications are expected following NIAB research looking at timings and treatments.

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New head of arable for agricultural suppliers

The Agricultural Industries Confederation (AIC) has appointed Rose Riby as its new head of seeds and arable marketing sectors.

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Elsoms reaps benefits of breeding programme

Plant breeder Elsoms Seeds has sped up its oilseed rape development programme – thanks to increased investment in technology and new staff.

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How to keep a lid on high disease pressure

A final ear spray on wheat crops will offer a useful “top-up” of foliar protection this season – as well as protecting grain quality from ear diseases.

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