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Why soil analysis should be in your plan this autumn

14 September 2016

Tue 6 Sep 2016By: Philip Cosgrave It has been a difficult year on many farms but now is the time to review last season and start planning for next season. The first thing we need to look at is soil fertility and...

Reseeding advice for this autumn

14 September 2016

The establishment of a new grass sward can often be the most difficult crop to establish on a grassland farm. The main benefits of a new grass sward are improved dry matter yield, which can be up to 3 tonnes per...

Agrovista launches variable nitrogen UAV service

14 September 2016

28/06/2016Article taken from CPM Magazine A new pay-as-you-go variable nitrogen-assessment system has been launched by Plantsystems, the technology arm of Agrovista, the first unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) service offered by the company. Lewis McKerrow of Agrovista says the service is suited...

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Maize & Good Soil Management Seminar

05 October 2016; Seminar
Royal Bath & West Showground,

David Gardner, Innovation for Agriculture's CEO will be presenting a seminar on Maize and Good Soil Management at the Bath & South West Dairy Show on 5th October 2016 at 11.15am - 11.45am

Soil Farmer of the Year - Farm Walk

17 October 2016; Farm Walk
The Park, Shropshire

Come along to this FREE farm walk with Jeremy & Heather Dale and find out more about their award winning soil and grassland management.

Making the Most of EID in Sheep - Turning Data into Profit

19 October 2016; Farm Walk
Manor Farm, Wiltshire

Join sheep farmer Tim White and Innovation for Agriculture's Richard Lloyd for a farm walk and presentation to learn how to use data to make a profitable business.

The Health Benefits of Adding Rumination Function to Heat Activity Collars

20 October 2016; Farm Walk
Antrobus Arms, Northwich

Come along to this presentation and farm demonstration to hear how you can treat cows as an individual in a large herd environment and use collars to optimise heat detection and evaluate the...

On-site Bio-Energy - How Can Farmers Benefit?

03 November 2016; Live Event
Aspatria Rugby Union Club, Aspatria

A unique opportunity to visit one of Britain’s most advanced on-site Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plants at First Milk’s Aspatria creamery and to explore how bio-energy technologies can be deployed...

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