Monday 9th of November 2015
Terravesta, the company set up by William Cracroft-Eley to deliver a national contract-based supply chain for Miscanthus, has published a video on You Tube that looks at a farm that had blackgrass issues.
In the video, William Cracroft-Eley, an arable farmer, talks about how planting miscanthus has helped control a blackgrass infestation on his Lincolnshire farm.
Latest developments from the tillage sector, plus a preview of the 2014 Cereals event
Assessing soil status is key to creating the best cultivation strategy. New technology offers a helping hand
Case Study 1:
Switching to a direct drill-based system is bringing appreciable benefits on a Lincolnshire farm
Case Study 2:
After the waterlogged 2012-13 winter a Northumberland farm is keen to see a return to min-till benefits
Choosing the right metal for wearing parts cuts costs and time, and improves cultivation efficiency
Versatile claims its tracks cut compaction