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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.
Barley, beet, maize, vegetables and potatoes are all being progressed as the weather settles at last.
By Stephen Robb on 17 May 2018
At long last, spring has allowed many growers to complete planting. Our growers in Meath, Cork and Derry update us on how the past four weeks have gone.
By Stephen Robb on 17 May 2018
With no chemical control options available for leatherjackets, lessons can be learned from organic farmers who’ve perfected cultural control techniques for dealing with the pest.
By Stephen Robb on 17 May 2018
The weekend delivered on its weather promises in most areas and growers were able to make significant progress with spring sowing. Stephen Robb reports.
By Stephen Robb on 10 May 2018
A new contract forage cropping agreement aims to provide a new securities to both growers and purchasers of fodder crops, namely maize and beet.
By Stephen Robb on 04 May 2018
While spring rape provides a useful broad-leaved break crop option, the rising price expectation for barley push it right back into the mix in terms of gross margin.
By Andy Doyle on 08 May 2018
Warmer temperatures over the last 10 days have kickstarted growth and winter crops are now entering crucial stages. Stephen Robb reports
By Stephen Robb on 03 May 2018
Emmet Landy and Enda Carr talk to tillage farmers around the country to see how planting is going this spring.
By Emmet Landy on 03 May 2018
At long last growers have made significant progress with spring planting by seizing every opportunity over the past few weeks. Stephen Robb reports
By Stephen Robb on 03 May 2018
While there has been an amount of planting over the past week, circumstances have changed. Andy Doyle outlines the decisions he would make as we enter May and the factors to consider.
By Andy Doyle on 03 May 2018
A few fine sunny days helped get planting done and drove growth and development in winter crops.
By Andy Doyle on 26 April 2018
This week we revisit growers from Carlow, Tipperary and Donegal and discuss the progress of their spring field work over the past four weeks.
By Stephen Robb on 26 April 2018
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