A host of grass-weeds are becoming an increasing issue in the north of England and Scotland. Farmers Guardian finds out what lessons can be learned from the battles fought in parts of the country managing resistant grass-weeds for decades.
Producers growing cereals for animal feed have been advised to harvest their crops at the earliest opportunity, rather than wait for the moisture to come close to 14 per cent.
Dealing with deadly blind spots around tractors and telehandlers could help to prevent death or serious injury to those who share space with mobile machinery. Geoff Ashcroft looks at examples adopted by the construction industry, to see how their use could make farm life much safer
Dee Bank Farm, Mount Road, Leek, Staffordshire,