Farming Matters September 2021The highs and lows of harvest 2021 seem a good place to start this time. It’s definitely not a vintage harvest, but there are much better yields of grain than last year. Oh, the agony and ecstasy of harvest! It marks the culmination of a year of hard work battling against the elements. When we plant the crops, we have no idea … Continue reading Rocking around the clock on the combine
August edition of CPM magazine. A trial we have been involved with this year looking at variable rate applications of growth regulators and fungicides. https://www.cpm-magazine.co.uk/2021/08/09/real-results-pioneers-master-of-the-variables/ Continue reading Master of the variables
90mm of rain in May and a further 90mm in June have left some crops in a sorry state. Don’t get me wrong, rain in May and June has a huge positive benefit on our drought prone soils but 60mm in a 24 hour period along with high winds does not! On the Friday before my son’s wedding (second attempt) it rained all day and … Continue reading Wet weather makes an impact.