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September 2020

    Time to think about boron

    September 24, 2020

    Following on from our article last week (view it here), about the positive early results from our work at Midloe Grange drilling OSR into long stubble, our Technical Team are keen to emphasise the importance of continuing to push firmly… Read more

    A great autumn for our brand new mobile seed processing unit!

    September 18, 2020

    These pictures show our Farm Saved Seed team’s latest new build mobile seed processing unit, in action for the very first time over the last couple of weeks in Hampshire. We’re continually investing in the expansion of our nationwide fleet… Read more

    Trials show combined benefit of tall stubble and starter fertiliser for getting OSR off to a good start

    September 15, 2020

    Some good early results from trials work at Midloe Grange, near Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire, are backing up the research behind Agrii’s 8 Point Plan for cultural control of cabbage stem flea beetle. In the OSR trials drilled at the site… Read more

    Update from Black Isle iFarm

    September 9, 2020

    Update from iFarm Coordinator John Mason, 8th September 2020 The OSR, wheat and barley was cut two-three days ago at the Black Isle iFarm. We have now sown the WOSR which has come up nicely. We’re planning to drill the… Read more

    Throws Farm trials update

    September 9, 2020

    Harvest at Throws Farm and surrounding sites in the South have almost come to an end with just the spring linseed and speciality crops to be combined. The trials team have now completed the OSR drilling and some early cereals… Read more

    North East England ifarms update

    September 8, 2020

    The cover crops were drilled  on 4th September at Gateshead.  The WOSR  plots have been sown at Longhirst.  The trials include buckwheat, vetch, fenugreek and OSR with different inclusions. Please get in touch for more information.        … Read more

    Talking Agronomy with Jo Bell – September

    September 3, 2020

    So far an average harvest. For which we must count ourselves fortunate.  Things have been very varied, of course. Despite poorer competitiveness in the wet winter, our winter barley hasn’t been the disaster it could easily have been at 7.5… Read more

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