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With Spring in the air, Scottish daffodil supplier offers tips to would-be growers

With Spring in the air, Scottish daffodil supplier offers tips to would-be growers

The first sign of spring can be seen when daffodils pop up across the countryside, but for one Scottish co-operative, the scale of growth is big business. Olivia Cooper talks to the managing director of Grampian Growers about what needs to be considered to grow your own commercially.

Family takes a gamble on rapeseed oil and strikes gold

Family takes a gamble on rapeseed oil and strikes gold

History is synonymous in farming and for one Northern Ireland couple, it inspired an award-winning enterprise producing rapeseed oil from their fields. Barbara Collins visits the home of Broighter Gold.

EU definition of endocrine disruptors brings wave of uncertainty for growers

EU definition of endocrine disruptors brings wave of uncertainty for growers

Depending on how the European Union member states vote later this year, between 26 and 42 plant protection product active ingredients could be deemed ‘endocrine disruptors’ and cease to be available to growers.

No agreement reached on glyphosate relicensing

No agreement reached on glyphosate relicensing

No agreement has been reached by an EU appeal committee on the relicensing of glyphosate

Glyphosate gets eleventh-hour reprieve from European Commission

Glyphosate gets eleventh-hour reprieve from European Commission

Glyphosate will continue to be available to UK farmers for the next 18 months at least, after the European Commission stepped in at the last-minute to re-authorise it.

World grain stocks hit new highs

World grain stocks hit new highs

The International Grain Council (IGC) has lifted its forecast for total wheat production again.

Water competition - how to make it work for you

Water competition - how to make it work for you

Farmers are being urged to get switch savvy as the countdown to water competition begins. Marie-Claire Kidd finds out what the changes mean and how farmers can secure the best deal.

Soil Association urges bread industry to ban pre-harvest glyphosate use

Soil Association urges bread industry to ban pre-harvest glyphosate use

The Soil Association has written to the UK bread industry asking it to ban glyphosate as a pre-harvest desiccant.

Sunshine at last as combines roll

Sunshine at last as combines roll

Despite rain stopping play towards the end of last week, a welcome dose of sunshine has unleashed combines across much of the South, but quality is still lacking. Abby Kellett and Alan Stennett reports.

Nanotechnology route to potato improvements

Nanotechnology route to potato improvements

Work to make potatoes more nutritious by using nanoparticles is proving promising, according to the AHDB-funded researcher involved. Andrew Blake reports.

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