This week's arable news in pictures-August 21
Take a look at this week’s Arable news round-up to make sure you don’t miss the highlights!
British Sugar announces campaign start dates
The 2015 sugar beet processing campaign will get underway on September 24, British Sugar has announced.
Major study finds correlation between neonicotinoids and bee colony losses
A study led by Defra agency Fera has shed new light on the trade-off between potential damage to bees from neonicotinoid usage and the benefits to farmers and the environment from a reduction in foliar sprays.
Sterling strength stunts UK arable exports as harvest continues
November LIFFE contract has hit fresh lows, trading below £115/tonne this week
Scientific community condemns Scottish Government decision to ban GM
In a joint letter to Scottish Rural Affairs Secretary Richard Lochhead, several universities and organisations said the decision announced last week would put Scottish agriculture at a significant disadvantage
24 hours of farming-relive it all here!
With 24 hours in farming taking the world by storm, farmers from all over the world and from every sector took part in showing how much hard work goes in to this industry. Take a look at what all you arable farmers got up to over the 24 hours!