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Growers urged to respond to consultation on endocrine disruption

24 October 2014

Farmers, agronomists and other industry stakeholders are being called on to respond to a new public consultation on endocrine disruption.

Miscanthus offers growers high yields, price stability and low input costs, says Terravesta.

Long-term contracts a bonus with miscanthus

24 October 2014

Growers in the East Midlands were invited to hear more about some of the ins and outs of growing energy crop miscanthus at one of a series of open days.

Wheat lines at Thurlow Estates

UK wheat breeding plans take shape

23 October 2014

The first wheat variety lines to be tested from Bayer CropScience’s recently-announced UK wheat breeding programme have been drilled at site in Cambridgeshire.

Slug eating pellet

Multi-platform app helps manage slug pellet application

23 October 2014

AN app has been launched by crop protection company Certis to help farmers manage slug control treatments.

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John Deere drill

Metal solution to tackle grass-weeds

17 October 2014

A flexible regime combining direct sown spring crops and low cost mulch seeding in autumn is helping to control grass-weeds and boost margins on a Cambridgeshire farm. Jane Carley reports.

Biologicals show potential in integrated approach to BCN control

13 October 2014

BIOLOGICAL control of beet cyst nematode was a new concept presented at the meeting. Dr Uwe Pluschkell of Bayer CropScience and Dr Cliff Watrin of Syngenta gave an insight into their companies’ developments in biologicals.

A growing case for standardisation across Europe?

13 October 2014

WHILE beet cyst nematode is a problem faced by sugar beet growers across Europe, approaches to setting thresholds for the deployment of tolerant or resistant varieties varies considerably.

Black-grass Toolkit

Black-grass toolkit is a sponsored series, supported by Agrii, Bayer, Du Pont, Tillso and Arable Farming.

Black-grass Toolkit 2014

Black-grass toolkit - A through-the-year approach to tackling black-grass


NFU calls for review of damaging effects of neonicotinoid ban

6 October 2014

THE NFU has called on policymakers to urgently review the evidence showing the ‘damaging effects’ of the EU suspension of neonicotinoid seed treatments.

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Your CAP questions


CAP reform - Ask the Experts

Your chance to ask our panel of CAP experts anything you want to know about how the reformed policy will affect your business.

CropTec show 2014

New technical event aims to help farmers develop profitable and sustainable farming.

UK Pesticide Guide – exclusive reader offer

Chance to subscribe to the on-line version of the BCPC crop protection reference guide – plantprotection.co.uk – and receive the Green Book 2014, worth £47.50 absolutely free of charge.

Croptec 2014 supported by MAUK

CropTec 2014 tickets available now

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.


New grain e-bulletin

Want to know what's going on in the volatile grain market? Try our new grain e-bulletin

Do you know how global factors affect the UK grain price and what you as a business need to do to mitigate future price movement?

Talking Arable

Iain Green, Talking Arable columnist

Iain Green- Talking Arable - September/October 2014

Iain Green farms in partnership with his parents Jimmy and Nan Green at Garmouth, Morayshire. He is currently president of the council of the British Simmental Cattle Society and is a past president of the Royal Northern Agricultural Society.

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