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And we are off: harvest 2023 has begun. Our first crop of babyleaf spinach left the farm last week and, given the weather, quality has been surprisingly good.
Matthew Ingram, 26, is from Tamworth, Staffordshire and a member of Coleshill YFC in Warwickshire.
DEFRAS ability to deliver on key aims has been thrown into question amid claims that the department lacks direction and appears to be in complete disarray.
A plan to tackle rural crime and protect wildlife in Wales was launched at the Royal Welsh showground on Thursday.
Arla has urged the public to look at the full life cycle of food and farming before making drastic decisions on consuming dairy
With most sugar beet generally looking good after recovering from late drilling and a slow start, BBRO’s Beetfield demo day highlighted ways to maximise crop potential. Martin Rickatson reports.
With harvest progress falling behind and increased reports of lodged crops, growers continue to face challenging conditions.
NFU crops board chairman Matt Culley is a fourth-generation farmer from Hampshire working in partnership with his parents and brother.
Promoting diverse colonies of soil biology to improve plant health is something most regenerative farming systems are based around. And while biology cannot offer consistent control of pests or disease like an agrochemical might, its use is an important piece of the integrated crop management puzzle.
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
Establishing a series of on-farm trials has helped one Yorkshire farmer better understand the behaviour of slugs in a bid to tackle burdens in a post-metaldehyde era. Charlotte Cunningham reports.
Simon Nelson advises farmers on a wide range of arable and forage crops across Cumbria, north Lancashire and into south west Scotland. He has worked for Agrovista for 23 years.
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