A SPELL of fine weather over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend enabled farmers and contractors to get ahead with field work.
THE Government’s former chief scientific adviser Professor Sir John Beddington has become the new chairman of directors at Rothamsted Research.
A Scottish industry worth some £221 million a year depends on the work of a ‘parcel of roguers’ and it needs more.
?BUYING and marketing co-operative AtlasFram Group is set to rebrand.
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Thoughts will soon be turning to maize planting, and the accompanying decisions about what to do about seed bed preparation, and how to achieve the best possible growth.
THE increase in the acreage of maize being grown in the UK, more latterly as a result of feedstock demand from the growing number of anaerobic digestion (AD) plants, has brought with it increasing disease pressure. Teresa Rush reports.
A more precise understanding of soils and their variation across every field is vital to make the most of latest GPS-based farming technologies.
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CropTec show 2014
AFTER a successful launch last year, tickets for CropTec 2014 are now available. This year’s event will be held at the East of England Showground on November 19 and 20.
As I sit and write this, the sun is at last shining and we have now gone 48 hours without any rainfall therefore spring must be here.
With the land drying and thoughts turning to planting what should we be thinking about? For PCN management it’s important we get the fundamentals right.