Yep it’s well known I’m not a fan.
But it looks like we’re stuck with it for now.
can anyone tell me the ballpark cost for a combined arable/beef audit on a 300 acre farm?
just looking to see which outfit offer best value (if that’s the correct term😂😂)
The CropTec Show 2020 still on track to be a face-to-face event
After months of event cancellations, postponements and transitions onto virtual platforms, farmers and agricultural organisations can rest assured there is at least one event still on track to take place face-to-face in 2020.
Experienced tractor/combine and sprayer driver with 35 years experience
Wide range of skills with all combinable crops , fodder beet , daffodils and potatoes,
Pa 1,2 and 4s and g
Fsooty finalist in 13 and 17
360 and dozer driver
Full clean license
If you missed any of the sessions then please see the Arable Scotland Website or the threads below for all the webinars and our virtual field tours.
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THURSDAY 2 JULY 2020, 10:00 AM
Scotland's newest arable event is taking place online, with webinars, live Q&As and a virtual site to tour.
Welcome to Arable Scotland 2020 - here are the launch videos from the Organisers:
James Hutton Institute Introductory Video for Arable Scotland
When we start picking our veg later in the summer I’m going to have to do 60 mile round trips to deliver it. My original plan was to use the pickup and trailer, but now wondering if a 7.5 tonne flatbed or curtain slider would be more efficient in time. Anybody know the score on running costs and...
8pm Live Stream
Plant Health Q and A – the challenges and opportunities of implementing best practice, with contrasting New Zealand and UK experiences on new products, pesticides and sustainable practices. The similarities and contrasts in Scottish and New Zealand crop health issues will make...
Visit the Arable Connections website to book on to our 'Ultimate guide...' webinars at 9am and 7pm where we will discuss how the wheat, barley and OSR lists are put together and their use in selecting the best varieties for your farm. There will also be the chance to ask questions on varieties...
Precision Farming Technologies
Chaired by Hadyn Craig, Department of International Trade
This session explores the current and new technologies that might be available to assist arable farmers to target pests, diseases and weeds more efficiently.
Jonathan Gill, HAU: Hands Free Hectare is...
Chaired by Tom Allen-Stevens, CPM Editor
With the pesticide armoury available to UK arable growers shrinking fast due to regulation or resistance, this session explores other cost-effective solutions to tackle weeds, pests and disease.
• Dr Roma Gwynn of BioRationale...
So you all know, as the Webinars are being added to the Cereals section they are being tagged whether they have points available for attending them. Hopefully that is helpful to those who need points.
You can collect up to a maximum of 6 BASIS & NRoSO points per day.
Getting More from Less
Chaired by Karl Schneider, Editor of Farmers Weekly
With resistance to pesticides increasingly compromising control, this session explores new strategies to get ‘more from less’ in managing weeds, pests and disease.
• AHDB’s Paul Neve looks at smarter solutions for...
Cereals LIVE, the digital edition of Cereals launched due to social distancing, offers something for everyone.
Hear from experts in thought-provoking webinars
Watch online demonstrations with the latest technology on display
See the newest crop varieties
Collect up to a maximum of 6 BASIS &...
Project Lamport, now in its seventh year, is the UK’s leading R&D trials event. The original concept aimed to develop a cultural approach to blackgrass control, but has since evolved over the years. The site now explores improving soil health, as well as a comprehensive research project that...
Cereals LIVE direct to your screens 10 - 11 June
Cereals LIVE is almost here, with brand new exhibitor content, high profile speakers, a broad seminar programme and the opportunity to socialise and earn CPD points.
Whether farmers are looking to see the latest crop varieties, learn about...
Join us for Strategic Cereal Farm Week 2020!
This year AHDB’s Strategic Farm Week will be delivered direct to your farm office. Watch from there, from your tractor cab or listen whilst crop walking and get involved.
We have brought together the research taking place on our Strategic Farms with...
Just checked my NRoSO points tally and it's missing 4 of the last 6 events attended.
- I called NRoSO, and their line is that I need to contact the people responsible for organising each event and get them to contact NRoSO to confirm attendance. I can't see that being a fruitful or quick...
I am a 22 year old self employed and just looking for any extra work in Hertfordshire and surrounding area's. I am happy to work on livestock and arable enterprises. I have experience with cultivations, hay/ silage operations, fertiliser applications and general farm work. I have my PA1&2...
Who has gone from a self propelled sprayer to a trailed unit? We are currently spraying just over 4000 ac of mainly cereals with beet, beans, peas and some dreadful OSR. Mix would normally be 2/3 winter crops 1/3 spring. Almost all hanslope series clay with undulations rather than hills. We also...