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  1. 7610 super q

    Next PM ?

    Who............and how long will they last ?
  2. TFF

    Zoom Into Soil: Regenerative Agriculture

    Regenerative Agriculture Both Dr Bhogal and Prof Bardgett began their talks outlining the widespread interest and reporting of the term ‘Regenerative Agriculture’ in the press in recent years. Even though the term has not been used widely in academic literature thus far, it has become...
  3. JJT

    Could univoq cause yellow flag leaves?

    Sprayed my wheat on 28th may, two fields got just univoq at 1.25L/ha and the rest got 1L/ha univoq and 0.1 talius. Not long after they were sprayed I noticed that where there was any spray overlap the flag leave went a bit yellow and it's never recovered. Just got worse and the the whole field...
  4. Seth470

    Spring Barley Straw Yields.

    Looking for rough spring barley straw yields.
  5. TFF

    Fertiliser use could be Reduced

    Analysis of 30 long running farm experiments in Europe and Africa has shown that the high crop yields usually obtained using man-made fertilisers can instead be achieved through a combination of more environmentally friendly practices. Using an approach more common in assessing drug trials...
  6. Dry Rot

    MF 390 fuel problems.

    My 390 just stopped while turning hay. I bled the fuel system and started off again. Then it stopped again. The fuel lift pump was totally choked with crud. It was amazing that it was working at all. I replaced it with a new one, also replaced the fuel filter. But I haven't been able to get any...
  7. Agriland RSS

    $17m project to help Ukrainian farmers save harvest

    Written by Stella Meehan from Agriland To address the impacts of the war in Ukraine on the global agricultural sector, the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) has launched a new $17 million project to help Ukrainian farmers save the upcoming harvest in July/August...
  8. Agriland RSS

    Danone to launch ‘dairy and plants blend’ infant formula

    Written by Aisling O'Brien from Agriland Danone is launching a new infant formula which is composed of a blend of dairy and plant-based ingredients. The global food and drink company explained that the product has been developed “to meet parents’ desire for feeding options suitable for...
  9. Dog Bowl

    Educate me about Brassica crops

    Got some tired PRG in the grazing rotation. Will be going into GS4 next year. Wondering about a brassica break crop. After the next round of grazing, I am wondering if a brassica crop could be direct drilled into this grass (roundup first) to provide an autumn bite? Drilled mid July, would...
  10. teslacoils

    Varieties For 2023

    I've been to zero crop trials this year. And as much as I love gleam I'd like a field of something else to go with it. What are the standout wheats you've got? Lots of love for Dawsum I'm hearing ...
  11. Agriland RSS

    Sulky adds multipurpose seed drill to spreader range

    Written by Justin Roberts from Agriland Advances in spreading accuracy had, up until this spring, been largely ignored, despite companies like Sulky putting tremendous efforts into improving the situation. The hike in prices earlier this year has certainly awoken farming from its torpor and...
  12. Greythundercloudys

    No combines out yet.

    Will winter barley be ready next week for this good spell of weather or is it still to early.
  13. Janet Hughes Defra

    Sustainable Farming Incentive is open for applications

    Good afternoon all, I wanted to let you know that we've opened the Sustainable Farming Incentive for applications today. You can find a summary of what's available in this initial rollout here: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/a-summary-of-the-sfi-in-2022 - we'll be expanding the scheme to cover...
  14. G

    Enlarging an existing hole

    How do I keep a mag drill central to enlarge an existing hole? Is it possible? Need to go from 30mm to 32mm
  15. W

    JCb fastrac or valtra for a 60 k tractor

    Looking at buying a 60 k tractor ,
  16. L

    Stubble turnips, who grows them?

    I have a field of grass I intend to graze with sheep over winter it adjoins a field of spring barley does anyone successfully sow stubble turnips after spring barley or is it too late? It would be the first few days in September before I could get them sown, this is Lancashire about 40ft above...
  17. Agriland RSS

    FAO: Many countries ‘vulnerable to trade shocks’ in agri-food market

    Written by Agriland Team from Agriland Many countries around the world remain vulnerable to trade shocks in the agri-food market, according to a new report from the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO). The ‘State of Agricultural Commodity Markets 2022’ report was released today...
  18. News

    MICHELIN ROADBIBS ARE THE PERFECT CHOICE FOR MILL FARM ASHORNE

    Warwickshire-based business is getting the best from its new Fendt 828 tractor having specified MICHELIN RoadBib tyres The RoadBib is designed to provide high performance, longevity and traction on farm machines used intensively on the road The tread design of the RoadBib has also proved ideal...
  19. Defra Farming

    Soil health: a UK-wide discussion

    Soil health: a UK-wide discussion Written by The Team Subsoiling is one aspect of approach to improving soil health. Credit: © Natural England/Jane Uglow In this post, we'll share a summary of the second meeting of the UK Agriculture Partnership (UKAP). It was held at the College of...
  20. steveR

    Groundswell in Telegraph

    Sorry, I cannot link this as it is I think it is locked down... Farmers and environmentalists are natural allies The government spends £2.6 billion on food each year - by doing this more wisely it can make Britain healthier and more beautiful CHARLES MOORE28 June 2022 • 7:00am Farmers tend to...
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