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Independent cereal breeder launches new website

A new website has been launched to highlight the range of cereal varieties offered by independent breeder Angus Wheat Consultants.

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Understanding biostimulants can hold key to best results this spring

Biostimulants can benefit wheat yields if the correct product is applied at the optimum time, according to work by agronomy firm Hutchinsons.

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Survey results boost marketing decisions

Growers are being encouraged to complete this year’s annual survey to provide the earliest view of Great Britain’s planted area for the upcoming harvest.

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New service reveals UK locations of yellow rust

A new web-based service has been launched to help wheat growers and agronomists stay a step ahead of unpredictable yellow rust outbreaks.

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New hybrid wheat varieties set to benefit growers

Higher-yielding and more resilient hybrid wheat varieties are the goal of a new partnership between seed breeder RAGT and crop protection company Bayer.

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Pedestal fan systems increasingly popular for cooling grain

Pedestal fan systems are increasingly becoming a way to ensure crops cool down and stay pest-free post-harvest, say manufacturers.

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Impressive results for late maturing maize

A new late maturing maize variety with strong potential has successfully come through its first commercial year on eastern region farms.

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Scientists apply to grow first UK field of gene-edited wheat

Scientists have applied to grow the UK’s first field trial of genetically-edited wheat at Rothamsted Research in Hertfordshire.

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Big demand for ‘high resilience’ wheat and barley

Vigour and disease resistance are becoming must-have traits in both wheat and barley with two stand-out varieties on the new 2021/22 Recommended List attracting considerable grower interest.

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Varietal choice can boost later drilled winter wheat

Recent developments in genetics mean many of the highest yielding and best performing wheat varieties can now be safely grown into December and beyond.

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