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Management 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 profitability.
With land unpassable once again, it is important to get other office and workshop jobs done during this slack period as things will get very busy when the weather improves.
By Andy Doyle on 18 January 2018
In this week's tillage management notes, we examine the impact of the cold spell on crops, slugs and uncut straw.
By Andy Doyle on 11 January 2018
In this week's tillage management notes, we examine the impact of the cold spell on crops, slugs and uncut straw.
By Andy Doyle on 11 January 2018
Andy Doyle looks at the importance of checking grain stores, keeping records and soil testing.
By Andy Doyle on 05 January 2018
Tillage farmers should make a note of a number of future conferences including the Teagasc National Tillage Conference.
By Andy Doyle on 05 January 2018
It seems that 2018 is starting to be as wet as 2017 finished up but there are still essential jobs that need to be done on tillage farms.
By Andy Doyle on 04 January 2018
While there will be no field work for a few weeks, other important jobs are to ensure that you have valid soil tests for every parcel being farmed and that your 2017 records are up to date.
By Andy Doyle on 28 December 2017
As we reach the end of this season it is once again time to plan for what needs to be done for 2018.
By Andy Doyle on 21 December 2017
As field work options cease for most growers, the emphasis should move to ensuring that essential records are up to date and accurate.
By Andy Doyle on 14 December 2017
In this week's management notes, we look at soil testing, the EPA and dates for the diary.
By Andy Doyle on 07 December 2017
The recent cold spell has effectively brought growth to a halt but it should also help decrease aphid activity for the time being to minimise BYDV risk.
By Andy Doyle on 07 December 2017
Wet and now cold conspire to bring the planting season to a definite end.
By Andy Doyle on 30 November 2017
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