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Prioritise important traits for winter OSR consistency

February 6, 2017

The latest Masterseeds research underlines the importance of prioritising a number of vital traits alongside high gross output in the oilseed rape mix to achieve consistently good farm performance – most importantly, autumn and spring vigour, all-round disease resistance, pod… Read more

Step-up early agronomy for the greatest maize improvement

February 6, 2017

Despite the sheer number of different maize varieties on the market, choosing which to grow for forage or biogas need not be a complicated or time-consuming task. Not least, because greater emphasis on early crop agronomy almost certainly offers the… Read more

Agronomy key in 2017 wheat variety choice

February 6, 2017

Agronomy should be the most important consideration in wheat variety selection for the coming season, with varieties chosen first and foremost for their ability to address the farm’s most pressing production challenges. “Whatever wheats you’re growing, reliable production at the… Read more

Secure your markets in the face of surging spring plantings

February 6, 2017

Focus on lower market risk opportunities in your spring cropping and secure your outlets as early as possible this season, advises Agrii head of crop marketing, Paul Taylor as another substantial increase in spring plantings is set to put serious… Read more

Bishop Burton College to host 8th annual Agrii farming conference

January 3, 2017

Farmers and growers from across the North of England are being urged to attend the 8th annual Agrii Conference, which will be held at Bishop Burton College on Thursday 16th February 2017. The event, which will be hosted by the… Read more

Securing the Spring Wheat Advantage

January 3, 2017

Spring wheat was the best gross margin performer in the second year of field-scale rotation studies at Agrii’s Stow Longa Black-grass Technology Centre. It significantly out-performed the spring barley grown alongside it as well as the best late-autumn drilled crop… Read more


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