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Soil information for tillage farming from the Irish Farmers Journal

All the latest tillage farming news from the Irish Farmers Journal. Keep up to date with all farming and production news developments in the tillage farming sector.
While the Cereals event encompasses a broad range of interests, in this article, Stephen Robb reports on the increasing focus on soil health.
By Contributor on 29 June 2017
The dry spring may have exaggerated the potash deficiency evident on an Index 1 site in spring barley in Wicklow.
By Andy Doyle on 18 May 2017
Many futures markets fell significantly in the past week and this, plus other factors, have affected the sentiment for physical prices.
By Andy Doyle on 30 March 2017
James Maloney and Andy Doyle from the Irish Farmers Journal put six harrows to the test.
By James Maloney on 26 March 2017
Vet fees on live exports cost almost €900,000 in 2016
The money collected from vet inspections goes into the Department of Agriculture's budget, Minister Creed said.
By Amy McShane on 13 March 2017
The ending of the transition arrangement for pig and poultry manures on tillage farms means that growers must ensure that they do not exceed allowed phosphate application levels on their farms.
By Andy Doyle on 09 March 2017
David P Wall and Mark Plunkett of Teagasc Johnstown Castle summarise updates in the Teagasc Green Book.
By Contributor on 09 February 2017
Richie Hackett from Teagasc Oak Park outlines research there into whether more N fertiliser should be applied earlier in the growing season than was previously recommended.
By Contributor on 09 February 2017
Mark Plunkett of Teagasc Johnstown Castle on how farmers must focus on effective nutrient programmes to drive crop yield potential.
By Contributor on 09 February 2017
Challenge of soil fertility remains the top priority
PJ Browne, president of the Fertilizer Assocation of Ireland, introduces this year's Focus supplement and outlines the challenges and goals ahead.
By Contributor on 09 February 2017
From 26 November 2016, all boom sprayers in the UK need to be tested and certified under the National Sprayer Testing Scheme.
By Peter McCann on 09 December 2016
Peter Varley talks to Barry O’Neil of FBA laboratories about the procedure for a soil sample
By Peter Varley on 01 December 2016
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