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New arable podcast highlights the pros and cons of taking on a no-till system

Arable farmers can now keep up to date with the latest news, views, research and advice in the world of crop production from the comfort of their tractor cab.

The Crop it Like it’s Hot podcast, brought to you by Arable Farming and The CropTec Show, will give growers a new way to digest developments, opinions and decisions in the world of crop production.

 

Whether you are thinking of trying a new system, concerned about crop protection or you just want to know what is going on in your neighbour’s fields, we are here to cover it all.


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Talking no-till

 

The first episode of Crop It Like It’s Hot – ‘No-till: The good, the bad and the not so ugly’ is now live.

 

Listen in to hear arable journalist, Alice Dyer quiz cultivations and soil expert Philip Wright on everything you need to know about how a no-till system can fit into UK arable farming.

 

Plus, Lincolnshire farmer Paul Davey, gives his account of successfully converting 440 hectares of arable land across widely varying soil types to a no-till system.

Listen in

 

The podcast can be downloaded via croptecshow.com/podcast or

shows.acast.com/crop-it-like-its-hot

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