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Partnership to build on legacy of AHDB Potatoes

Some of the region’s biggest potato producers have joined forces in a bid to solve some of the sector’s biggest challenges following the demise of AHDB Potatoes.

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Big interest in grain handling systems

Grain specialists BDC Systems will be showcasing its Moisture Monitoring Systems at this month’s Cereals event.

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How disease risk forecasting helps prioritise fungicides

Growers wanting to ensure effective disease control in the event of limited spraying opportunities this spring should identify fields to prioritise for treatment.

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Latest recommended list for sugar beet boasts nine new varieties

Nine new sugar beet varieties have been added to the British Beet Research Organisation recommended list for 2023.

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‘Hidden threat’ posed by disease to oilseed rape

Damage caused by stem-based diseases in oilseed rape must not be ignored, warn UK plant breeders.

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New wheat traits build on outstanding UK varieties

Better nitrogen efficiency, greater drought tolerance and enhanced nutritional properties are all on the radar for new wheat varieties.

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High-yielding Typhoon

Newly recommended high-yielding Group 4 hard wheat LG Typhoon will be available in time for autumn drilling.

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Energy security tops farm carbon agenda

Farmers are well-placed to help ensure the UK is better placed to meet more of its own food and energy needs, say experts.

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Solar-powered farm robot has ‘simplicity on its side’

A fully autonomous, solar-powered robot capable of precision drilling and weeding is selling well in the UK.

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GM barley could help to reduce fertiliser usage

Cambridge scientists are growing a trial crop of GM barley to see if soil fungi can improve cereal production by using less fertiliser without reducing yields.

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