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Teresa Rush

Teresa Rush

Head of Arable
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Happiness is - out in the field talking agronomy on a fine spring day...

Biography

Teresa’s career in agricultural journalism began at Arable Farming in 1989, after studies towards a National Diploma in Agriculture at the Derbyshire College of Agriculture and a degree in Agricultural Marketing from Aberystwyth University.

She then moved to become arable editor of Farming News in 1994 before joining Farmers Guardian in 2000.

In addition to delivering FG arable content, Teresa is editor of FG sister publication Arable Farming and is also a member of the advisory committee for CropTec Show.

Teresa lives in Suffolk and away from farming is a keen cyclist and student of the French language.

Recent Articles

A swarm on the horizon

A swarm on the horizon

As the impact of heavy machines on soil health comes under increasing scrutiny, interest is growing in the potential for swarm robots to replace them.
Beet newcomers bring yield and bolting resistance

Beet newcomers bring yield and bolting resistance

Sugar beet growers have seven new varieties to consider for planting 2020, including the first ALS herbicide-tolerant variety to be added to the Recommended List.
Keeping a close eye on yellow rust populations

Keeping a close eye on yellow rust populations

After a quiet 2018 disease-wise and equipped with good varietal resistance, growers have a strong foundation on which to build cereal disease control programmes
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