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This week's arable news in pictures-August 14

A round-up of this week’s must read arable news including slug control, new drilling options, agronomists of the future and more.

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Agronomist of the future

Agronomist of the future

Find out about how the future of agronomy is changing due to ever developing technology.

Seeking chinks in black-grass' herbicide defences

Seeking chinks in black-grass' herbicide defences

A new publicly-funded research project is seeking chinks in the black-grass armour which may reduce the impact and extent of herbicide resistance.

Drilling options widened thanks to new drill

Drilling options widened thanks to new drill

Prompted by the new three crop rule, one Newmarket farm manager took to opportunity to re-evaluate both cropping and drilling regimes.

Slug control with zero metaldehyde

Slug control with zero metaldehyde

Taking a look at the effects of metaldehyde as year one of the zero metaldehyde pilot catchment project draws to a close.

Big plough makes better use of dual wheeled tractor

Big plough makes better use of dual wheeled tractor

One Oxfordshire grower has added more furrows to boost output and efficiency with rotational ploughing

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