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Tillage Podcast: carbon, tillage funding and a new product
Siobhán Walsh
On this week’s show, we have plenty of guests from the Minister of State to Teagasc, Tirlán and Syngenta.
Proposal to pay farmers to get into tillage
21 February 2024 News
Proposal to pay farmers to get into tillage
The Food Vision Tillage Group met to discuss the final document it will submit to the Minister for Agriculture.
Exclusive: almost as many GPS units stolen so far this year than all of 2023
21 February 2024 News
Exclusive: almost as many GPS units stolen so far this year than all of 2023
The Irish Farmers Journal can reveal that there have been almost as many GPS guidance systems stolen in Ireland in the first six weeks of 2024 than there has been in the 12 months of 2023.
'Wetter fields are a disaster, they're wiped out'
Teagasc held a number of winter crop walks last week, advising farming how to assess and manage bare and patchy crops. The Irish Farmers Journal spoke to farmers in Oak Park.
21 February 2024 News
Almost 60,000t of organic feed required for next winter
The predicted demand includes 33,000t of concentrates, 20,000 of straights, 6,000t of protein feed along with 50,000 bales of fodder.
21 February 2024 News
2024 BISS scheme opens for applications
The scheme portal is also the application gateway for the CRISS, Eco Scheme and a number of other related schemes.
21 February 2024 News
Lovely Laois oats top Tirlán grain awards
The Tirlán grain awards presentation took place in Portlaoise on Tuesday 20 February.
20 February 2024 News
New research: proving Irish grain has low carbon emissions
Irish oats are close to carbon neutral, according to new research, and the carbon footprint of Irish grain is likely much lower than estimated.
20 February 2024 News
Department awaits Commission response on three-crop rule
The Department of Agriculture has applied for a derogation from the three-crop rule requirements, but has not received a formal response.
20 February 2024 News
Can liquid nitrogen save you money?
Liquid nitrogen is becoming more popular. Brian Reilly of Drummonds offered some advice on the product which he sells at the company’s recent winter conference.
18 February 2024 News
Tillage Podcast: from the three-crop rule to break crop agronomy
On this week’s show, we have the latest from the Department of Agriculture on patchy crops and we report from the BASF technical conference.
15 February 2024 News
Minister must deliver three-crop rule exemption - IFA
Tillage farmers are struggling to meet crop diversification requirements, as bad weather continues to prevent planting.
15 February 2024 News