Discover industry updates from the last several weeks, handpicked. Let’s find out what’s been going on.
A new trial is being launched by Morrisons to support British growers; farmers across the UK are noticing low nitrogen levels in malting barley; one farm in Devon has been fined £60,000 after a worker was electrocuted by 11,000 volt overhead power lines.
Farmers across the UK are noticing low nitrogen levels in malting barley. Discover other observations ahead of harvest 2023.
UK farmers are being encouraged to reduce barley yellow dwarf virus through careful control of ‘green bridge’ on their farms.
Are you hoping to establish linseed in the spring to come? There’s a pyrethroid spray that you can use as an insecticide against the flax flea beetle in spring linseed.
Discover how regenerative principles are being used by growers for McCain potato products.
One farm in Devon has been fined £60,000 after a worker was electrocuted by 11,000 volt overhead power lines.
A major project concerning cutting emissions is looking for farmers across the UK to participate. This major project could be one of the biggest yet to get UK agriculture to achieve net zero.
Harvest this year is experiencing some major delays thanks to the unpredictable British weather.
A new trial is being launched by Morrisons to support British growers.
New genetic improvements to OSR varities could be helpful for providing more resistance to diseases, including phoma, light leaf spot and verticillium.
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