Discover industry updates from the last week, handpicked. Let’s find out what’s been going on.
Farmers Weekly explores the findings from a five year trial on direct-drilling; Farmers Guide shares how one farm in Angus has developed a gin recipe that will reduce the need for synthetic fertilisers on farms; further investigations are taking place regarding how the government’s post-Brexit trade policy has impacted farmers.
How a hybrid regenerative system works on Bucks Monitor Farm
How is a farm in North Crawley using a hybrid regenerative system? Farmers Weekly shares insights.
Crop Watch: sugar beet weeds and mosaic virus in wheat
Discover the things that may affect your farm in the weeks and months to come in this edition of Crop Watch from Farmers Weekly.
Direct-drilling: main findings from major five-year trial
Farmers Weekly explores the findings from a five year trial on direct-drilling.
How OSR variety choice helps crops survive flea beetle
How can crops better survive flea beetle? This article explores OSR variety choice and how it relates to surviving flea beetle.
The benefits of applying worm casts to soils for farmers
Applying worm casts to soil can be incredibly beneficial for farmers. Farmers Weekly explores everything you need to know.
Pea-based gin a ‘game-changer’ for climate-friendly drinks
Could gin be the answers to your fertiliser struggles? Farmers Guide shares how one farm in Angus has developed a gin recipe that will reduce the need for synthetic fertilisers on farms.
MPs launch inquiry into UK’s trade deals and its impact on farmers
Further investigations are taking place regarding how the government’s post-Brexit trade policy has impacted farmers.
High production costs have impacted farmers’ mental health, NFU warns
The NFU has recently shared its concerns regarding how high production costs have affected the mental health of farmers.
UK scientists use molecular priming tech to curb climate impacts on crops
Climate change is impacting our crops throughout the UK. Here’s how some scientists are handling this issue with molecular priming techniques.
Are high production costs impacting your mental health? What are your thoughts regarding the direct-drilling trial?
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