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robbie

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From the email I got a couple of weeks ago it IS cheaper this year. One supplier is stowed up for space in there yard because they made/packaged what theyd usually shift in the autumn but for obvious reasons they're still stuck with it.

£20 of last years price for a ibc.
 

Clive

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Lichfield
Should be or is that could be. 🙄Suppliers have a lot of lost profit to make up🤭
don’t worry, they are doing a good job on convincing people to grow spring wheat and barely plus they will have a load of expensive nutritional wonder products that can turn a terrible crop into a 4t one

most will fall for it

trust me - they won’t starve !
 

teslacoils

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Location
Lincolnshire
don’t worry, they are doing a good job on convincing people to grow spring wheat and barely plus they will have a load of expensive nutritional wonder products that can turn a terrible crop into a 4t one

most will fall for it

trust me - they won’t starve !
I think suppliers will be badly bummed this year.
 

robbie

Member
I’m hearing of people who have supply agronomy and they are being told to put £30-40/ha of bio stims on at t0.
I love my niab membership.
I haven't heard much like that yet but I'm waiting for the thread to start very soon.
No doubt next months cpm mag will have plenty of talk from the service agros about how poor backward crops with wet feet and cold soils will need low temp early pgrs along with a good dose of bio stimulants and probably some phospite aswell.
 

ajd132

Member
Location
Suffolk
I haven't heard much like that yet but I'm waiting for the thread to start very soon.
No doubt next months cpm mag will have plenty of talk from the service agros about how poor backward crops with wet feet and cold soils will need low temp early pgrs along with a good dose of bio stimulants and probably some phospite aswell.
Arable farmer has it this month!
 

robbie

Member
I haven't looked at that yet in any detail but I did see the ole'gal from agrii who writes in there was spouting the benefits of quark which must be one of the biggest con products going. It was enough to make me chuck it back into the magazine pile.
 

Clive

Staff Member
BASE UK Member
Location
Lichfield
I haven't looked at that yet in any detail but I did see the ole'gal from agrii who writes in there was spouting the benefits of quark which must be one of the biggest con products going. It was enough to make me chuck it back into the magazine pile.
what on earth is Quark then ? Go on, I need a laugh
 

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Corteva Agriscience Announces 2030 Sustainability Goals to Increase Agricultural Resiliency

Goals will expand sustainability efforts for farmers, the land, communities and operations

Wilmington, Del., – June 1, 2020 – Corteva Agriscience announced today its 10-year commitments to advance sustainability throughout the global food system. The goals span a wide range of initiatives for farmers, the land, communities where employees and customers live and work, and in its own operations. Improvements in soil health, on-farm productivity, climate action, water stewardship, biodiversity, supply chain transparency and worker...
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