LAMMA is the UK’s largest agricultural trade show, where over 850 exhibitors will host the most extensive array of farm machinery, equipment, and services to be found in one location anywhere in the UK.
While not changing spring cropping plans in response to poor weather and ground conditions yet, this is a real possibility if the situation fails to improve in the coming week, says John Hall, director of Sentry, Cambridge.
A comprehensive assessment of soil health, with interpretation of results by a soil specialist and follow-up recommendations on how to improve soil health, is the aim of a new service launched by Hutchinsons
Good establishment conditions and a mild autumn has led to some sizable cover crops this season. But how can growers best destroy them to ensure a good start for the following spring crop? Abby Kellett reports.
Use of herbal leys within an integrated farming system could enable farmers to reduce input expenditure and improve soil health, visitors to an Agricology field day at Daylesford Farm in Oxfordshire heard.
Straight 34.5 per cent N produced an extra 0.4t/ha (0.16t/acre) of milling wheat over crops using a urea fertiliser as their only source of nitrogen in 2017 according to new trials results announced by CF Fertilisers.