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Beige is Beautiful: AHDB whole grains campaign

June 3, 2021

This May and June, we’re supporting the AHDB’s ‘Beige Is Beautiful’ campaign to increase consumer awareness around the importance of including whole grains in a healthy, balanced diet. The campaign aims to highlight that ‘beige’ food can be beautiful too… Read more

Why a biostimulant might help mitigate future slower grass growth this summer

May 18, 2021

Grassland managers and livestock farmers facing grazing deficits following a cold and dry spring could consider using an amino acid-based biostimulant to help increase grass growth. While average grass growth rates climbed by 6.4kg dry matter/ha/day to 40.6kg DM/ha/day by… Read more

It’s all in the blend

May 17, 2021

Stones or Beatles? Oasis or Blur? Cereals or Groundswell? It’s a lazy way to categorise farmers but I’m not the first person to compare and contrast the diversity of ideas showcased at the two leading events for arable farming. An… Read more

Would More Sulphur Improve Vegetable Quality?

April 27, 2021

RB209 states field brassicas need 50-75 kg SO3/ha/year, but trials with higher rates based on Dutch practices have led to better yields and crop quality asks Joe Johnson. The role of sulphur in supporting crop quality is widely recognised, but… Read more

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Talking Agronomy – Jo Bell – April 2021

April 19, 2021

A drier spell has enabled us to move ahead with our top dressing. However early spraying off was disrupted by the wet and wind. Every time the ground seems to be drying out enough to think about spring drilling another… Read more

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Reducing the environmental impact of maize

April 15, 2021

New techniques are being used to grow maize more sustainably. But which will fit best into your system? Avoiding fields with bare soil over winter following maize harvest helps both reduce the environmental impact from growing the crop and improves… Read more


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We have listened to the expert advice and acted to protect our staff and the wider community and also to ensure that we continue to operate with minimal disruption for our customers. Our COVID-19 risk assessment detailing the measures we are taking can be viewed here. We are taking all necessary measures to ensure our high levels of service are maintained.

We would like to give a big thank you to our customers, suppliers and workforce for their pragmatic response and understanding during this difficult and testing time.