Discover industry updates from the last week, handpicked. Let’s find out what’s been going on.
The recent wet weather has been causing issues for farmers, causing particular disruption for the end of the drilling season this autumn; a study has shown that silicon sprays may be helpful in reducing damage from cereal slugs; one farmer in Wales has been experimenting to find out whether you can grow tea in the UK.
The recent wet weather has been causing issues for farmers, causing particular disruption for the end of the drilling season this autumn. Discover more news in Farmers Weekly’s latest edition of Crop Watch.
For farmers who are concerned about slugs damaging their cereal crops, there may be a solution. A study has shown that silicon sprays may be helpful in reducing damage from cereal slugs.
The Scottish minister has declared that support will be offered for Scottish farmers affected by storm Babet.
Discover insights into the importance of hygiene and proper ventilation in avoiding soft rot spread when storing potatoes.
Is it possible to grow tea on British farms? One farmer in Wales has been experimenting to find the answer to that question.
How can you save time and money on the farm? One farmer has adopted a data based system that has yielded some beneficial results.
The government has confirmed that seeds treated EU approved pesticides can continue to be used for an extra 3.5 years under new temporary measures.
How can you successfully transport sugar beet? Farmers Guide shares guidance.
The NFU are urging the government to share their plans for protecting farms from flooding following the mass destruction caused by the recent storm.
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