Farmer Writes: This autumn is best forgotten
Gerald Potterton
Tillage and beef farmer Gerald Potterton writes about the autumnal weather and its impact on fieldwork.
18 October 2023 News
Is once-off ploughing an option for min-till or direct drill users?
Dermot Forristal, a researcher at Teagasc, Oak Park, weighs up the pros and cons of ploughing fields in a wet year when you are generally using low-disturbance tillage to establish crops.
9 August 2023 News
Carbon can still build in ploughed soils
There are advantages to different systems on different farms. The most important thing is that you choose what is the most sustainable system for your farm.
Three ways to reseed pastures
Reseeding methods can be broken down into three categories, depending on the amount of soil they disturb in the process, writes Aidan Brennan.
7 August 2023 Reseeding
BASE to host 'Soil Dependence' this week
BASE Ireland will host an event focused on soil health in Maynooth, Co Kildare, this week. The event is called Soil Dependence.
2 July 2023 News
Kellys appointed Irish distributor for Grange Machinery
UK based cultivation equipment manufacturer, Grange Machinery has recently appointed Kellys of Borris as its Irish distributor.
7 June 2023 News