This adds to the list of cereal crops that the seed treatment can now be used in, says VibranceDuo producer Syngenta, a list that has increased since its launch in 2017, which was chiefly into winter wheat.
“This new approval marks an important milestone for UK spring wheat, which can often be planted in challenging growing conditions,” says Gillian Colman, seed care marketing manager for Syngenta.
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What's On Your UTV ‘Wants' List?
Balancing loads on the front and rear racks, sitting astride a saddle, having no room for a passenger, and being fully exposed to the elements – while the ordinary ATV also has its benefits, there are plenty of downsides to the ‘quad bike’ design. So the side-by-side utility vehicle (UTV) alternative, with its full load bed, conventional seating for more than just the driver, and either cab frame or a full cab, offers many advantages.
New Optum AFS Connect: comfort and connectivity enhanced to ease workload for both owner and operator
New cab, controls, and connectivity among key areas of enhancement / All new interior with the new Multicontroller armrest, configurable controls, AFSPro 1200 monitor, tablet instrumentation / Instant data transfer and remote monitoring courtesy of AFS Connect /
SHOCKINGLY AFFORDABLE NEW DACIA DUSTER OPENS FOR ORDERS
Orders are now open for the New Dacia Duster, as pricing, technical details, and launch offers are confirmed. The latest version of the robust SUV offers a great deal more in every sense.
Optimise forage utilisation by stimulating rumen activity with forage supplements
Livestock producers looking to make the most of grazed forage can increase intake and digestion by 10 percent when supplementing pastures with a nutrient-rich forage supplement, says Dr. Alison Bond, nutritionist for Rumenco.
Tiguan Allspace: family-friendly seven-seater on sale from £32,135 OTR with package of new tech
Among the technological highlights brought by this enhancement are new assistance systems for the model.
Get up close to the latest crop establishment machinery and thinking – Tillage-Live 2021
Now in its 30th year Tillage-Live, the national crop establishment demonstration returns to the west this autumn. Organized by the Agricultural Engineers Association (AEA) on behalf of the industry, the event is heading back to Cirencester in 2021 with the event being held at Down Ampney after a year break in 2020.
Kawasaki announce completed 2022 MULE and ATV line up
The 2022 utility range will feature the popular Kawasaki MULE Pro DX, Mule Pro DXT, Mule SX 4×4, and Pro-MX vehicles. Also included in the range is the BRUTE FORCE 4x4i EPS ATV, which will be available in two colours.
GEA's new rotary parlour improves herd environment and boosts milk yield
An expanding family farm has more than halved milking time for its 600-strong Pedigree Holstein herd, improving the working conditions at the farm for both cows and staff as well as increasing milk yield, after investing in a GEA T8900 rotary milking parlour.
Case IH approves Continental TractorMaster Tyres
Case IH tractor series Vestrum, Maxxum and Puma available with TractorMaster and VF TractorMaster Case IH tractors can now be ordered from the factory with Continental tyres
BDC Systems Ltd and Nash Grain Services successfully meet J A & D Cottrell's requirements for new grain drying and storage plant
Knowing that its existing grain drying and storage plant was outdated and would halt plans for future expansion, J A & D Cottrell worked closely with Nash Grain Services and BDC Systems Ltd, to design a state-of-the-art plant. The new plant, with an increased capacity of nearly 16,000t, enables the Cottrells to store their own grain and contract store for Frontier Agriculture.
THEIR FIGHT IS OUR FIGHT
The truth is kryptonite for authoritarians and oligarchs-in Russia, and here at home.
“THEY'RE NOT HUMAN BEINGS”
Ukraine and the words that lead to mass murder
‘Division of the World Is Inevitable'
Countries need to choose whether to align with autocrats or democracies, says a former NATO Secretary-General
DETAILED ‘OPEN SOURCE' NEWS INVESTIGATIONS ARE CATCHING ON
One of the more striking pieces of journalism from the Ukraine war featured intercepted radio transmissions from Russian soldiers indicating an invasion in disarray, their conversations even interrupted by a hacker literally whistling “Dixie.”
Daddy, The Dictator
Vladimir Putin is fiercely protective of his private life. But could his adult daughters be his Achilles heel?
ELON MUSK ASKED TO TESTIFY ON TWITTER BY UK PARLIAMENT
A British parliamentary committee scrutinizing draft online safety legislation has invited Elon Musk to discuss his plans to buy Twitter and the changes he’s proposing for the social media platform.
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A CHILLING RUSSIAN CYBER AIM IN UKRAINE: DIGITAL DOSSIERS
Russia’s relentless digital assaults on Ukraine may have caused less damage than many anticipated. But most of its hacking is focused on a different goal that gets less attention but has chilling potential consequences: data collection.
DJI HALTS RUSSIA, UKRAINE BUSINESS TO PREVENT DRONE MISUSE
Drone company DJI Technology Co has temporarily suspended business activities in Russia and Ukraine to prevent use of its drones in combat, in a rare case of a Chinese company pulling out of Russia because of the war.
An Uncertain Future for Ukrainian Refugees
The majority of the 12 million displaced by the war with Russia may never be able to go home