Grazing winter cereals can provide high quality winter forage for sheep, without impacting grain yields, trials have found. Alice Dyer reports.
Growers are urged to consider a split dose post-emergence herbicide approach in maize crops this year to ensure early germinating weeds do not impact final yields
With the late sowing of most spring bean crops, ensuring plants remain clean and healthy for as long as possible will be crucial to fully benefit from the good establishment this season
BASIS implements three changes to NRoSO membership after taking over the scheme from City and Guilds.
Organic Farmers & Growersâ annual National Organic Conference will bring food and farming communities together to explore mixed, whole organic farming systems and organic food supply chains.
Delays to sugar beet planting could increase the risk of virus yellows infection at early crop growth stages, where emergence coincides with warmer weather and greater aphid pest activity.
A new president and vice-president have been appointed at Pulses UK.
As the catchy weather continues, T2 fungicide choices become ever more important. Farmers Guardian gets some impartial technical advice from the Association of Independent Crop Consultants (AICC) members around Great Britain.
Global grain futures have attempted, with mixed success, to build on recoveries staged late last week while uncertainty continues surrounding the renewal of the Black Sea export corridor deal
Growers are encouraged to provide modern barley varieties with effective green leaf area protection if the crops are to reach the yield potential.
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