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24 July 2014

Harvest Report 2014 - Week 2

This is one of a series of weekly reports on combinable crop harvesting produced for HGCA which can be found published in full on their website.

14 July 2014

Fantastic training opportunities available under the RDPE Forestry Skills Programme

The Rural Development Program for England (RDPE) aims to improve competitiveness in the agriculture and forestry sector, safeguarding and enhancing the rural environment. For the final year of the program Defra have released further funding for skills and training for owners, managers and employees working in farming, horticulture, forestry and related rural businesses.

18 July 2014

Come see us at the Royal Welsh Show

ADAS UK Ltd will be attending this year’s Royal Welsh Show at Builth Wells from Monday 21st until Thursday 24th July.

LATEST NEWS

17 July 2014

Harvest Report 2014, Report 1 – Week 1

This is one of a series of weekly reports on combinable crop harvesting produced for HGCA which can be found published in full on their website.

07 July 2014

Do you want higher yielding barley with greater black-grass suppression?

Black-grass is a major problem in autumn sown arable rotations where winter wheat is the primary crop. Black-grass brings with it many challenges, especially as the majority of it now...

30 June 2014

June 2014 - Crop development report

This is one of a series of monthly reports on combinable crop development produced for HGCA which can be found published in full on their website. The report gives a...

23 June 2014

RDPE Skills Programme Launch New Training Scheme

The Rural Development Program for England (RDPE) aims to improve competitiveness in the agriculture and forestry sector, safeguarding and enhancing the rural environment. For the final year of the program...

06 June 2014

Take Part in ADAS’s YEN Competition

The Yield Enhancement Network competition, now in its second year is open to cereal growers across the UK to encourage arable innovation and get growers closer to the maximum potential...