Nutrition

25 March 2019

Use fungicides and varieties wisely, to protect crop health and yields.

25 March 2019

Cereals is the UK’s technical event for the arable industry - hear from key opinion leaders, and find the best arable products and services to help grow their businesses.

7 March 2019

We will be exploring how you can understand and analyse your crops' performance,

4 March 2019

Once more SPot Scotland has shown you can vastly reduce nitrogen use without seeing any negative impact on yield or crop quality. In fact, we have seen better yields when less nitrogen has been applied.

28 February 2019

East Anglia farmers urged to work more closely with nature at Agronomy 2019 event

22 February 2019

Green manures have potential for use in modern orchard systems and they can bring benefits to beneficial insect populations as well as to soil health.

22 February 2019

An insight into selected soil assessment tests for horticulture, soil infiltration rates and much more.

22 February 2019

The tomato stem rot disease appears to be caused by Phoma labilis and a Phoma species closely related to P. destructiva

22 February 2019

Strawberry powdery mildew, caused by the fungus Podosphaera aphanis attacks the leaves, flowers and fruit of strawberry.

14 March 2019

An investigation into the value of pollination to courgette yield and examination of which native UK species are the most effective pollinators for field-grown courgettes.

18 February 2019

In terms of nutrition, poinsettias are one of the more demanding crops. Nutrient-related symptoms can be expressed on both leaves and bracts during both the production and marketing phases. Severe symptoms expressed later on in the growing season are difficult to correct and may result in substantial crop rejection and wastage.

14 February 2019

Our latest edition of The Grower focuses on autonomous drones, robotics and labour efficiency.