A common theme has emerged from the events and meetings that I have attended over the last few months in East Anglia – technology. This has been technology of all shapes and sizes, on land and in the
This harvest, are you expecting an interruption free harvest where you are on-top of the job and each field gets cut at just the right time, every time? Of course, you cannot control the weather.
Adrian Joynt [embed]https://youtu.be/aIeWNvrOSpI[/embed] Clive Bailye [embed]https://youtu.be/kVpOgV2mh1I[/embed] Andrew Williamson [embed]https://youtu.be/tETVuZsLOAE[/embed]
Sustainable broad-leaved weed management is very important to get right on-farm to ensure good weed control, both now and into the future. Cultural control is not an effective option against many
I find that the summer months are a time for trying to think out of the box and look for some inspiration as to which direction you want to take your business – blue sky or creative
The unprecedented weather has meant the combines are being taken out of the shed early this year to start on the winter barley prior to starting on the desiccated WOSR. Some of it is now not far from
It’s fair to say, I’ve worked with precision farming since 2005 and have followed the concept since the day a yield map was created for the very first time in Bedfordshire some 26 years ago. So,
The agronomy meeting at York earlier this year provided an opportunity to revisit several important themes discussed at Monitor Farm meetings, namely crop protection, soils and nutrient management.