I know a few of you already do this, do you have much trouble with green grains come harvest?
Do you use egnos or a more accurate signal?
I will have an autopilot steering system which will be available off a tractor which is being sold and a new 5m drill but on 24m tramlines so rather than...
All help greatfully accepted...
Soon, I will be sowing winter cerials, but for the first time ever I will be laying down Tramlines.
Three Meter Box Drill, not on a Power Harrow. I have a 12m Sprayer.
Just pondering the best way to go about it...
Despite meticulously washing out twice after every load my sprayer lines seem to be providing a constant supply of pinky white flakes of sediment which obviously block the nozzles. I think it came from gammy trel. As I have never had this problem before in my entire career and this is the first...
I notice at night sprayers use blue lights to see the nozzles what’s the advantage of this over a normal white led ?
I use a 6m air seeder for grass seed and often thought be handy to be able to see the seed coming out at night so kinda wondering if there’d be a similar advantage here ?
100 cows on 100 acres Cutting frequently to bales or zero grazing.
Regular reseed rotation and import quite a bit of nutrients in feed.
Not used any p or k for years just urea and sulphur for first 2/3 of the season going little and often.
Gone to all umbilical/dribble bar and just put in a...
Have seen on several pressure washer threads people praising there turbo nozzles, so I thought I’d best get one, where is the best place to get one from and which size do I need. It’s for a 9hp diesel wash with 3/8 hose, sorry there is no other info on the washer or pump. Cheers
Hello all, I'm looking at digging our old sprayer out of the shed and fixing the pump then using it for spraying off grassland and round the borders of fields with roundup. It's only a 12m sprayer so can't do the arable with it. Do I need a sprayer license for that? I was thinking I could...
Just got my hands on a contact2000 weedwiper, looking to clean up a fair amount of rushes, thistles and bracken.
Planning on using glyphosate obviously,
•what’s the best rate to work with?
•best forward speed?
•wipe one way or both?
(Didn’t get a manual with it)
any other handy...
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Arable is not something I'm familiar with so hoping to learn off people from here.
Youtube videos make it look very seemless - combine cuts, straight into a trailer and then dumped into a grain store. But what can go wrong during harvest? What are the common difficulties you come across, other...
Learning from the successes of growers’ black-grass control programmes gives a raft of integrated cultural and herbicide strategies that can also be used to hit back at increasing ryegrass populations, advises Syngenta Technical Manager, Georgina Wood.
“Key to that success is stacking up as...
Any crew with experience of the Tow and Fert units, or similar?
Will be using on grass.
Any comments on their use, efficacy etc?
Thought I'd start one to make myself feel better.
Was on grass most of last week, was telling myself that the wheat volunteers would had made the moisture in the WB too high anyway🤥.
Plenty of rain over weekend and looks a showery week 🙄
Hi, this might be an odd question because I'm an engineer, not a farmer...
How do people make sure they are spraying at the correct application rate on small sprayers (<500l like this one: https://www.silvannz.co.nz/silvan-sprayers/eco-500l-linkage-sprayer/)?
From what I've seen they just have...
I'm looking into doing the above, I've been reading anything I can find on here and some of the FB pages.
I'm just after any little bits of advice really, I think I've decided on chafer dribble bars as the ground is undulating so keeping a constant boom height won't be easy, dribble bars should...