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Tillage farming news

All the latest tillage farming news including grain prices and grain markets from the Irish Farmers Journal. Keep up to date with all farming, production and grain market news developments in the tillage farming sector.
Farmers can buy TAMS tillage equipment outside Ireland, Department confirm to IFA.
By Pat O'Toole on 27 April 2017
Farmers can plant barley, wheat or triticale instead. A second crop must be planted, either mixed in or side-by-side.
By Pat O'Toole on 27 April 2017
The dry spell has led to lots of activity in the fields, so there is plenty to look out for.
By Andy Doyle on 27 April 2017
Despite a difficult year in 2016, Canadian farmers have not moved away from wheat, as was predicted.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 27 April 2017
May 2017 wheat futures in Europe have dropped €3/t, while wheat futures in Chicago have hit their lowest point of 2017.
By Matthew Halpin on 25 April 2017
A decision will be made on glyphosate on Wednesday of this week by the European Commission.
By Amy Forde on 28 April 2017
Irish campaigners have joined the European effort to have glyphosate banned at EU level. Where are they coming from and what have they achieved so far on the continent?
By Thomas Hubert on 21 April 2017
One of the key cornerstones of precision farming is trying to analyse the soils in terms of nutrient status and also the physical characteristics.
By Contributor on 20 April 2017
While septoria is the key concern, watch out for mildew and yellow rust as both have been present this spring.
By Andy Doyle on 20 April 2017
According to the USDA’s latest progress report, maize plantings are back on last year and indeed the five-year average.
By Andy Doyle on 20 April 2017
As we in Ireland face concerns about resistance in diseases, weeds and insects, others elsewhere seem to be facing even bigger problems which are largely homegrown, writes David Shortall.
By Contributor on 20 April 2017
Farmers are reluctant to tip and store grain, even though Boortmalt would carry the cost of transport to Athy.
By Pat O'Toole on 20 April 2017
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