Friday 11 November 2016 Reaching your yield potential All winter meetings start at 9am with breakfast at John Owen Barn, Fordham, CO6 3NL To attend the meetings, please contact your AHDB Cereals
Friday 4 November 2016: Reaching your yield potential (YEN Project) If you're interested in attending any of the meetings, please , Knowledge Exchange Manager. Winter meetings start at 11am and
Topic: addressing the yield plateau To attend the meeting, contact email@example.com
Harvest 2015 was always going to be a tough one to follow and Harvest 2016 has dropped into the ‘average’ category for ourselves. If that. It was not a surprise given the wet winter, very long cold
If 2015 was a bumper 10t/ha year then 2016 has been a positively average 7.5t/ha year! Barley harvest set us off to a bad start and the OSR didn’t do much for the mood. With all the talk of low June
[caption id="attachment_105" align="alignnone" width="300"] Plenty to consider before drilling oilseed rape[/caption] Winter oilseed rape can be a precious beast when it comes to drilling to
Soren Ilsoe is a well known Conservation Agriculture practitioner in Denmark and was Green Farmer of the Year in 2013 No-till, cover cropping and Conservation Ag are not common at all in
Categorising varieties by market requirement helps ensure that growers start with the best variety to provide a quality grain for the right purpose. Wheat varieties are categorised into five groups.
This year there are nine new varieties on the wheat , and 14 wheat varieties have been removed. The booklet will be landing on doorsteps around Valentine's Day, but it is already available online.
This year AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds became a sponsor of the Yield Enhancement Network (YEN) which held its annual awards event in November. The aims of the YEN are to identify and support arable