Visit the UK’s leading indoor agricultural event, with eleven packed halls of the very latest in agricultural machinery and equipment. Now at the NEC, Birmingham this is free to attend and free to park.
Times may be changing, but some things remain constant – CropTec 2019 will once again set out to help farmers, their advisers and suppliers build a profitable and sustainable sector fit for the future.
Effective uptake of nitrogen fertilisers to optimise yields, maximise spending and minimise losses is a key challenge for the arable sector. Alice Dyer explores how growers can make their nitrogen work harder.
With glyphosate resistance a potential threat to UK arable production there are some key management strategies growers can adopt to maximise its efficacy when controlling black-grass ahead of autumn drilling.
Controlled traffic farming (CTF) has been advocated in recent years as a way of reducing damage to soils, however, with rising machinery costs, a more pragmatic approach is needed, according to one grower.
This year’s CropTec takes place against a backdrop of change and uncertainty as the UK starts to prepare for life outside the European Union. Find out all you need to know about what is sure to be a jam-packed event...