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Understanding the biochemistry behind seaweed extracts and why they are active in plants is helping to underpin the development of novel products aimed at stimulating crop growth and protection as well as soil health
NFU Sugar said it was extremely concerned about the impact on growers of British Sugar’s decision to take down its online grower portal for an indefinite period in the middle of the sugar beet campaign.
Leading researchers representing more than 75 European plant and life sciences research centres have endorsed a position paper that urgently calls upon European policy makers to safeguard gene-editing technology
Large stocks of soya in the US, resulting from a good harvest and inability to export to China are having a dampening effect on oilseed markets, delegates at the AHDB Grain Market Outlook conference heard.
Field-scale trials carried out in Oxfordshire and Hampshire by Natural England showed that cover crops such as mustard, winter vetch and forage rye, did not significantly increase slug populations compared with wheat stubble.
With spring barley yield and quality issues being experienced in some areas, the prospects for those with good malting barley harvest look bright, particularly as the Northern European crop is under par.