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robbie

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what on earth is Quark then ? Go on, I need a laugh
So fertiliser then.. in minuscule quantities
An expensive was of buying 9/10th's of fudge all.
Wtf even is the use of that sh!t. Can’t wait for the 3.5 to go
Last time I had some sent out to me which must have been well over 7 years ago it cost about £75 for a 5 lt can with a rec for 0.5 lt/ha. It was always pushed for winter and spring barley at T1.

The about along with 2.5 litres of mensa(15%mn) at £3.46 lt a half a litre of kestrel(prothio+teb)and 0.2 of swift(strobe), 2 litres of adjust(expensive CCC) and maybe a splash alitrin evo( very dear moddus) would soon add to the agros pocket and make the farmers eyes water when the bill arrived.
 

solo

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Location
worcestershire
This wouldn’t go well through all those filters and nozzles.😂

Quark is a traditional, creamy, vegetarian, unripened cheese tracing its origin to German-speaking and eastern European countries. It is known by many names, chief among them being творог in Russian, tvaroh in Czech and Slovak, topfen in Austria, kwark in Dutch, kvark in Denmark and kvarg in Norway and Sweden. Quark is said to be a cross between yogurt and cottage cheese.
 

Brisel

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Location
Dorset
This wouldn’t go well through all those filters and nozzles.😂

Quark is a traditional, creamy, vegetarian, unripened cheese tracing its origin to German-speaking and eastern European countries. It is known by many names, chief among them being творог in Russian, tvaroh in Czech and Slovak, topfen in Austria, kwark in Dutch, kvark in Denmark and kvarg in Norway and Sweden. Quark is said to be a cross between yogurt and cottage cheese.
Isn't a quark also a theoretical subatomic particle?
 

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Innovation and tech in action at Cereals LIVE


There is nothing quite like seeing tech in action to understand how it works and how it can be beneficial on farm, which is why Cereals LIVE will be putting demos right at growers’ fingertips.

From state-of-the-art robotics, to autonomous tractors and electronic weeding, Cereals LIVE will have it all available in video demonstrations in the brand new Innovation and Tech Demo ring, says event director, Alli McEntyre. “It’s a brave new world for farming, with innovation driving sustainability and efficiency. Being able to see the most cutting-edge technology in action will give farmers an insight into where their businesses could be headed very soon.”

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