Table of Contents

  1. Living Without Neonicotinoids
  2. iFarm event previews
  3. Spring Crop Options
  4. Grant Opportunity – Don’t miss out
  5. Greater Precision in Soil Understanding
  6. Testing new apple and pear varieties

iFarm event previews

Stow Longa iFarm Preview

This year the Stow Longa spring iFarm event will be held on Thursday 20th March.

The meeting will begin with a plot tour on site to observe the latest blackgrass experiment which looks at cultivation, cover crops and mustard in the battle against blackgrass. We will then head to a local venue for sit down discussions on a number of subjects including an OSR update from Philip Marr and a grain market review from David Neale. The meeting will be followed by lunch for all attendees.

Please speak to your Agrii agronomist if you are interested in attending. We look forward to seeing you on the 20th.

Kent iFarm preview

This year we will be holding a spring iFarm event in Lenham, Kent on Friday 7th March 2014.

We will begin the meeting with a tour in the fields (weather permitting!) lead by Colin Lloyd who will be looking at and discussing the trial plots and agronomy. As well as the plot tours, we will also be discussing all things nutrition as David Langton talks through a range of subjects including canopy management in OSR/wheat and the importance of sulphur. In addition, there will also be a ‘spreading risk map clinic’ for farmers where you will be able to bring in your own maps for consultation.

If you would like to attend, please speak to your Agrii agronomist. Please be sure to wear outdoor clothing and boots!

You can view all upcoming iFarm events in your region here

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