I have wheat at tillering stage and it got freeze injury. It has 3 tillers, sown october 5 2020 and got very extensive leaf necrosis.
So it is in stress now and would be ok for rolling or i have to wait.
Long story short is that I’m a new entrant dairy farmer who sold most of our beef cattle to fund the project hence we are down in numbers and have planted some winter barley which will be a useful feed. As per below picture I think it has potential and I don’t want to ruin it. Are there any...
I normally grow c3 Wheat seed but will have some C2 this coming planting season.i normally drill 150/180 kg mid sept to mid oct But woukd I get away with a lower rate with the C2.please don’t mention seeds metre as that’s above my pay grade.
Through the tail end of last year, signs were showing that strong wheat prices were eroding the premium of beans over wheat. Prices published by Defra show that, in December, the premium of feed beans over feed wheat had dropped to £25.06/t, from £41.03/t a year earlier. This was the lowest...
has anyone ever seen a grey fergy with big trip loader where the frame fits over the rear axle and the hydraulic arms removed for the counter balance weight also the independent brake pedals were also removed .. the lift rams were substantial
The reason I am asking is that my uncle had this...
We are at the technical scoping stage of designing a system that would use AI enabled drones to manage animal husbandry.
Briefly, the system will comprise of one or more drones (depending on herd size) that would be pre-programmed with the physical characteristics of the animal (species...
A few questions...
-Do people bother to clean if farm saving?
- (It absolutely didn't have pre harvest glyphosate) Would pre harvest Roundup affect germination?
- Does bean seed keep over year ok? I didn't get all the winters in and can now switch to spring cheaper.
How common is spring wheat in the UK?
In Denmark it is almost non existant.
I have to grow a lot of spring crops, because of cover crops.
I can use wheat to feed my cows. Barley we would rather not feed in these amounts.
My history with growing barley to malting specification, is not...
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I dont really pay much attention to ryegrass herbicides but will need some for this wheat after stewardship.
Best option for ryegrass, ideally not Atlantis style, and what conditions and timings? Wheat had 0.6 liberator plus avadex preem.
Do any of the mixes do blws too or better options for...
Who's tried it?
I'm part way through.
Multiple choice questions.
So far can't see an easy way to go back through the lesson text to find the answers so you have to guess if you don't know.
Then module two starts with qualifications for cultivator mounted applicators, (new module so more money to...
Looking at putting in cameras in the calving pens under the current grants.
not don’t much research into them as of yet, but would like it to be accessible from my phone.
what is the best brand on the market and user friendly?
Given the late drilling date and the amount of rain that’s gone on them I’m pleasantly pleased with the state of my crops.
I do have two small fields that are below par but most are looking well.
How are others looking?
Wheat and barley below, no rape this year but locally it looks well.
Good morning everybody,
Currently looking for advice and anything anybody has to offer will be greatly appreciated! I’m currently a store cattle farmer with mixed arable and grass land but I’m looking to expand so I’m thinking about taking out some of our grasses and putting more winter barley...
I had an email today, informing me how many points I need to get in the next 12 months.
Considering we’ve been in the pandemic since March, and some of us have also been shielding, with no events, field trials or even close contact with agronomists . Don’t you think they would’ve rolled things...
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