Yes and it says in the article that the carbon dioxide is running short due to fertiliser production being cut back / shutdown due the price of natural gas being so high,certainly not looking good for supply of fertiliser!!!
How convenient for the supply and demand of fertiliser to be used as a...
I have just seen on BBC news app that industrial Carbon dioxide is now in short supply!!!
What the heck is happening , what is next on the list for being in short supply???? :scratchhead: (n):banghead:
Until that seriously happens the activists ( anarchists to society) know they are on safe ground.
Unfortunately as politicians get younger, weaker ,soppy, and woke things are only going to get worse!!
It does not look good for the future of law and order in the Uk.
As their isn’t a deterrent to...
The trouble is that although the police have arrested quite a few of the protesters, those protesters know full well that if they are taken to court that they will not have a punishment that will “scare the living daylights out of them” to deter them from doing it again.
Why Oh why ,are British...
@HarryatBalancedEnergy off topic question in connection with renewable electricity suppliers.
As electricity comes to our homes through the same cable however it’s produced , I fail to see why any one would sign up to a renewable Electricity supplier, seems a big con to me.
Are these unit’s being stolen as badly worldwide?
Surely the reply insurance companies must be jumping on tractor manufacturers to make these GPS systems detectable or inoperative unless one has a password or something you have to enter into the device to enable it to work.
But as some have said...
I agree with you , and I think the same about members of many developing countries. Some may not have had much school education, but they make do and mend , and teach themselves how many things work that I personally wouldn’t have a clue how to fix or get working.
As above,appalling as JD dealerships only too keen to take your finance when you buy a tractor etc from them.
The same applies to all machinery manufacturers.
Also dealers make a profit out of supplying replacement units :rolleyes: :mad:
The trouble is in farming,one very rarely gets two years the same on the trot as @Flintstone has implied.
If it were that easy one could actually make easy money from farming ,but as we all know it just does not happen :banghead: :banghead:
In farming we are all living for next years harvest...
A few years ago I was sent to combine some linseed and it would NOT stripper head at all well.
It made me look an incompetent operator as I had stripper head many ha’s of linseed with no trouble at all.
In the end I put it down to the variety and the crop being laid/flopped over, most unusual...
I guess horses for courses, as altitude and exposed north facing stony fields can make such a difference.
I well remember ARC, moving their trial sites from the farm we rented at High Tun, down to Siddington as land at High Tun was so stony and exposed.