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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.
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
From 1 December, some GLAS farmers are permitted to allow catch crops be grazed.
By William Conlon on 30 November 2017
In this week’s tillage management notes, we look at emerging crops, EFAs and planting.
By Andy Doyle on 26 November 2017
Recent heavy rain and the inevitability of falling temperatures now question the risk associated with any further autumn planting.
By Andy Doyle on 23 November 2017
There may be further planting opportunities but the risks of serious pest damage are likely to increase considerably from here on.
By Andy Doyle on 16 November 2017
The continued relatively dry weather window has enabled much of the outstanding winter crop planting and crop harvesting to be completed.
By Andy Doyle on 09 November 2017
If the very welcome weather window continues it may enable winter planting to get to planned levels by early next week and see great progress in harvesting of root crops.
By Andy Doyle on 03 November 2017
If the very welcome weather window continues it may enable winter planting to get to planned levels by early next week and see great progress in harvesting of root crops.
By Andy Doyle on 02 November 2017
Baring difficult ground conditions, most crops can still be planted. Andy Doyle offers advice.
By Andy Doyle on 27 October 2017
With less than 50% of the winter crop area planted due to the ongoing damp conditions, establishment costs are likely to be much higher.
By Andy Doyle on 27 October 2017
Andy Doyle looks at planting cereals, the BYDV disease and spraying in this week's management notes.
By Andy Doyle on 20 October 2017
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