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Tillage
Variety open days provide hope and concern
Siobhán Walsh
The variety open days provided plenty of information and opportunity to examine differences and those varieties new to the fields.
Tillage farmers getting set for autumn drilling
Seedtech is hosting its trade walks in trial grounds in Faithlegg, Co Waterford, which will bring news from its extensive research trials programme.
22 June 2021 Crops
Four varieties dropped and one added to 2021 winter oilseed rape list
This year’s 2021 winter oilseed rape recommended list sees four varieties dropped and one variety provisionally added.
Arable April photo competition – the winners
Arable April wraps up for another year. This week we bring you a selection of the best pictures submitted to us by readers.
5 May 2021 News
Arable April: sustainability to the fore for photo competition entries
Sustainability is the theme of Arable April here at the Irish Farmers Journal and readers displayed the sustainability of the tillage sector in their droves.
3 May 2021 News
In pictures: Arable April across the island of Ireland
Be in with a chance of winning a Sencrop Raincrop connected rain gauge and a year's subscription to their mobile application by sending in your Arable April photos.
23 April 2021 News
Arable April: 10 years of precision nitrogen application in Waterford
Cappoquin Estate tillage manager John Collins has been to the forefront of precision nitrogen application for a decade, writes Stephen Robb.
11 April 2021 Crops
In Pictures: Arable April kicks off across the country
Be in with a chance of winning a Sencrop Raincrop connected rain gauge and a year's subscription to their mobile application by sending in your Arable April photos.
9 April 2021 News
Positive tillage vibes #arableapril
Seedtech is delighted to be the main sponsor for Arable April 2021, as we see huge positivity and opportunity for arable growers. Tim O'Donovan of Seedtech gives an overview.
Arable April to showcase the best of the tillage industry
A month-long initiative, Arable April, will showcase the best of the Irish tillage industry.
1 April 2021 News
More ergot possible as we see more rye and blackgrass
Ergot is, thankfully, very uncommon in Irish cereals and new hybrid technology should help reduce infection risk in rye, which is a more susceptible crop.
5 August 2020 Seed treatments
Weekly Podcast: Cowengate and questions for the profit monitor
This week we analyse the fallout from Barry Cowen’s sacking and debate the relevance of Teagasc’s Profit Monitor.
15 July 2020 News