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Crop information for tillage farming from the Irish Farmers Journal

The Irish Farmers Journal is dedicated to providing advice and management information to tillage farmers to enhance crop growth and harvests.
Damage to non-target crops following the use of dicamba has been a big problem in parts of the US during 2017, writes Stephen Robb.
By Contributor on 26 November 2017
The lack of credible independent variety evaluation forced kevin Rosenbohm to conduct his own corn variety evaluation, writes Stephen Robb.
By Contributor on 30 November 2017
As we contemplate the return of sugar beet in Ireland, it was interesting to visit an efficient sugar plant in Denmark which is somewhat comparable with the previous size of the industry in Ireland.
By Andy Doyle on 23 November 2017
US and EU food controls and regulations were just one of the issues that US agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue spoke candidly about at a recent press conference in Kansas City, writes Stephen Robb.
By Contributor on 23 November 2017
The very heavy input restrictions on Danish farmers that restricted farm output have been eased somewhat, but they will be monitored carefully for their impact.
By Andy Doyle on 16 November 2017
Barley acreage hardest hit as winter planting revs up in weather window
By Pat O'Toole on 02 November 2017
The huge expansion in grain production in Russia and Ukraine has fundamentally changed the dynamics of global grain trading.
By Andy Doyle on 02 November 2017
The search for new good commercial varieties in ongoing but good performers elsewhere do not always measure up when grown here.
By Andy Doyle on 19 October 2017
With just a little over five weeks of his ITLUS/ Rosenbohm internship behind him, Stephen Robb reports on the harvest progress to date in Missouri.
By Contributor on 19 October 2017
Tillage farmers are well placed to produce feeds like fodder beet and forage maize for intensive livestock producers.
By Andy Doyle on 16 October 2017
The planting deadline for catch crops has been further extended as a consequence of the very poor harvest and lack of planting opportunities.
By Andy Doyle on 05 October 2017
A veterinary note accompanied the factory account saying that there was an odour from the carcase and he was unfit for human consumption and so, no payment would issue.
By Matt Dempsey on 05 October 2017
20ft cutting head NOT power flow 1576 hrs Great condition Serviced and ready to ...

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