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  1. CPM RSS

    Sugar beet agronomy – A time and a place

    Written by cpm from CPM Magazine Download PDF Two years of trials have persuaded a Suffolk farm manager that the Conviso Smart system has a fit on his farm. CPM finds out why. Our problem weed is fat-hen and it’s difficult to control. By Lucy de la Pasture The introduction of ALS herbicide...
  2. An Gof

    WW T2

    Flag leaf fully emerged on the KWS Extase so the T2 has gone on today. Applying 1.25L/Ha Revystar + 5Kg EpsoTop.
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    Unnecessary Costs In Livestock Production

    Having been berated about the price of lamb and how people need to pay more for it, if us Peasants are to continue in business producing these lambs, I thought I would start a thread about what could or should be done to reduce the costs that many of us have. Many of these costs are out of our...
  4. JMTHORNLEY

    Liquid N advice please

    Good morning all, I have only ever used prilled N so liquid is a new one for me... Been offered some Quantum N + C300 18.4%w/w (20%w/v) Nitrogen I've no idea what it is other than 18% N what's the C300 is it a root stimulant and is it any good? The price seems awful cheap for what it is and...
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    Extase

    What is everyone’s experience of trying to hit 13% protein with Extase ?
  6. BSPB News

    Innovative sugar beet varieties highlight importance of plant breeding

    Sugar beet breeders continue to lead the way in rapidly developing new and improved varieties. Ongoing investment in research and development is bringing new varieties to improve pest and disease resistance whilst also increasing yields. Plant breeders have also demonstrated these varieties can...
  7. Farming Monthly National RSS

    Bringing variety crop plots together for better comparison

    Written by Administrator from Farming Monthly National Crop plots are back centre stage at the Cereals Event, meaning visitors can compare top varieties side by side. The winter wheat and barley feature showcases new and popular Recommended List varieties, says arable project manager...
  8. CPM RSS

    Theory to Field – Strategies for success

    Written by Charlotte Cunningham from CPM Magazine Download PDF Ahead of the imminent RB209 update, AHDB has invested in several projects on nutrient management to help guide the changes. CPM finds out more. Millers have become increasingly interested in understanding more about the link between...
  9. Deere 6430

    Spring wheat seed

    Just finished drilling and have a bit left over if anyone is short or desperate or has had any accidents with a bag (like we did a few years ago and someone very helped us out) KWS Cochise January 2022 dressed seed pm if interested
  10. Hutchinsons News

    Act early to stop yellow rust and Septoria

    Act early to stop yellow rust and Septoria Early action will be key to preventing yellow rust and Septoria gaining a foothold in crops as we enter the main spring growing period, according to leading agronomy firm Hutchinsons. The risk from both diseases is relatively high following a milder...
  11. Hutchinsons News

    Donât drop guard against yellow rust and Septoria

    Donât drop guard against yellow rust and Septoria Recent cold, dry weather may have reduced the immediate disease pressure in cereal crops, but growers cannot drop their guard against yellow rust and Septoria at the main spring fungicide timings, leading agronomy firm Hutchinsons warns...
  12. KWS News

    âHistoric agreementâ brings increased choice for sugar beet growers

    âHistoric agreementâ brings increased choice for sugar beet growers Sugar beet breeder KWS and the joint Seed Working Group of British Sugar and NFU Sugar have reached an agreement that extends the seed offering to growers. The agreement means growers can for the first time choose...
  13. KWS News

    Variety choice decides agronomy spend

    Variety choice decides agronomy spend 03.09.19 After what has been a difficult year, the importance growers attach to a variety’s disease resistance is likely to increase even further. For many, the ability of a variety to resist disease has overtaken yield as the deciding factor when...
  14. KWS News

    No room for complacency as production costs review leads to variety change

    No room for complacency as production costs review leads to variety change 03.09.19 It has been a good harvest for Kent farm manager Ryan McCormack and for the first time in his 12 years working for Burden Bros the business has not incurred any claims on more than 5000 tonnes of wheat. But...
  15. KWS News

    Barrel and Jackal: still the two best soft wheats for the north

    Barrel and Jackal: still the two best soft wheats for the north 03.09.19 Scotland’s growers will be familiar with the winter wheat varieties KWS Barrel and KWS Jackal. As the two highest-yielding soft wheats for the north (based on complete data) growers were quick to spot their suitability...
  16. KWS News

    KWS Kerrin proves an âeasy-to-manageâ choice

    KWS Kerrin proves an âeasy-to-manageâ choice 04.09.19 It has been a “better than initially feared” harvest for Cambridgeshire farm manager Chris Ascroft with quality and yields holding up well in winter wheat, spring barley and peas. “The rains in June came just in time for many of the crops...
  17. Cope Seeds News

    Seed availability update

    Seed availability update Gemma Clarke from Cope Seeds and Grain gives insight into this season’s seed availability, urging farmers to order early for some varieties… Seed Availability Due to the Autumn drilling campaign being so difficult, seed availability for this Autumn has been affected...
  18. Cope Seeds News

    6 of the best wheat varieties to look out for

    6 of the best wheat varieties to look out for Expert insight from Trevor Cope Though there are a lot of varieties to choose from, and a lot of varieties grown, there are some we can suggest that will create more interest than others. In terms of choosing a GROUP 1 milling variety, they...
  19. Cope Seeds News

    Autumn seed availability list

    Autumn seed availability list Check out our extensive list of exciting varieties available this autumn… WINTER WHEAT GROUP 1 Varieties RGT Skyfall KWS Zyatt Crusoe Nelson GROUP 2 Varieties KWS Extase KWS Siskin GROUP 3 Varieties Elicit KWS Firefly GROUP 4 Varieties ( Soft )...
  20. Cope Seeds News

    Strong demand for low input UK-grown high protein varieties

    Strong demand for low input UK-grown high protein varieties High protein wheats typically demand a premium, but often at the cost of increased inputs. A home-grown high specification wheat with a high protein content is continuing to buck the trend, with a strong disease resistance profile and...
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