Two new varieties of Hybrid Wheat exhibited in trial plots by CROPCO at the Cereals Event offer a solution to one of the main risks associated with effective blackgrass control. Delaying drilling winter wheat gives a consistent improvement in pre-emergence herbicide performance but later drilling also risks poorer crop establishment. Hybrid Wheat has the advantage of hybrid vigour, encouraging rapid emergence and robust development, giving reliable crop establishment regardless of autumn calendar date. There is thus no need for a significant increase in seed rates and plants are better placed to survive the winter.
See the plots on stand 633 or visit www.cropco.co.uk
ABACO will take part in one of the biggest and most important events in European agriculture: Cereals 2017.
ABACO will take advantage of this event to showcase its latest product to be launched on the UK market: SITI4farmer.
Seamless connectivity between machines, operators and fields is at the heart of John Deere’s latest FarmSight precision farming solutions for arable farmers and contractors, which are featured at Cereals 2017 on the company’s stand (116) and in the event’s new Fields of the Future area.
Agricultural production needs to become more efficient in order to serve the growing worldwide demand for food, fuel and fibre while also achieving appropriate margins for producers, especially in times of decreasing crop and increasing input prices.
Over the two days of Cereals 2017 in Boothby Graffoe, AMAZONE will be giving away a Bfs FlowCheck worth £39.99 to 10 lucky visitors to their stand each day. These nifty Bfs FlowChecks make sprayer calibration a doddle; irrespective of nozzle size, and with each individual FlowCheck calibrated for accuracy, you are able to check the output of any one of 8 different nozzle sizes quickly, simply and reliably.
3D NOZZLE OPTIMISES SPRAY COVERAGE AND DRIFT REDUCTION
The 3D inclined nozzle was developed by Pentair Hypro and Syngenta to achieve the best possible spray coverage for application of pre-emergence herbicides
02-Jun-2017 Farmers and Mercantile Insurance Brokers
F&M to highlight the impact of new technologies and new legislation on future farm insurance requirements
A changing farming environment, the adoption of new technology, the increasing use of drones and changes to personal injury law means that now, more than ever, it is essential a farm insurance policy reflects the different business landscape for the agricultural sector.
This is the call from independent farm insurance brokerage, Farmers & Mercantile (F&M), as it uses the platform of Cereals 2017 to provide advice and guidance to help farmers negotiate an often neglected, but crucial element of the business plan.
02-Jun-2017 Grange Machinery Ltd
At last, there is a way to defeat every farmers’ enemy – blackgrass with the new low-disturbance toolbar from Yorkshire-based Grange Machinery. This subsoiling equipment has the versatility to enhance existing machines with a deeper working element to cultivators and drills.
New mintill and direct drill coulter points from Dutch Openers added to Spaldings tillage tools range01-Jun-2017 Spaldings
A new range of seed drill coulter assemblies for mintill and direct drilling – including a conversion kit for Horsch CO drills – is being introduced to the extensive tillage tools range supplied by direct sales specialist Spaldings at the Cereals Event.
Leading biostimulant technology up for grabs at Cereals Event To help get crops off to a flying start this autumn, Alltech Crop Science (ACS) is launching a competition at Cereals 2017, offering visit ...
A new control system designed to provide reliable drying of grain and other combinable crops with minimal manual intervention will feature at the Cereals Event for the first time.
Introduced by Kentra Grain Systems (Stand 1012), one of the UK’s leading crop dryer manufacturers, the Dryer Master DM510 control unit and software can be retrofitted to most continuous flow crop dryers or embedded into the control panel of a new Kentra dryer.
Arable margins are tight and prices are volatile, so it’s more important than ever for farmers to squeeze every pound out of their crops.
Whether it’s through precision machinery, optimum crop choice or using expert advice to produce a more efficient business strategy, there is plenty on offer to help farmers to boost profits at this year’s Cereals Event. Bringing together nearly 500 exhibitors to showcase the latest arable innovations, just two weeks remain before the 40th Event gets under way.
The UK’s leading technical event for the arable sector returns this June to the Boothby Graffoe and Farm491 will be taking members along to share innovations.
On the 14th and 15th June, more than 24,000 farmers, agronomists, crop scientists and agrarian companies will be descending on Lincolnshire for the two-day show.
26-May-2017 Pentair (Hypro EU)
Visit Pentair Hypro EU stand at Cereals stand 126 and discuss your requirements.
Here's What You Can Expect To See
The 3D nozzle boosts the performance of pre-emergence black-grass herbicides as well as reducing spray drift for more autumn spray days. Now available in 9 sizes
See how ProStop-E electrically-actuated nozzle valves can save you up tp 5% on your chemical and fertiliser bill. Live demonstration on the stand.
Some of the most significant advances in agronomy available to UK farmers will be on display at Agrovista’s stand at Cereals 2017, where visitors will be able to quiz experts on how these novel technologies can benefit their businesses.
Among these is a recently launched commercial drone service, developed by Plantsystems, Agrovista’s precision services arm.
This service offers flight packages carried out by the company’s fully-approved unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) operators, or a processing service for farmers who have their own drones.
The latest version of Agrovista’s cloud-based technical information exchange system Axis will be on show too. This allows agronomy and precision-farming data to be uploaded and shared in real time with advisers, agronomists, operators and contractors, providing true flexibility and efficiency to a farming business.
In addition, visitors can also update on Agrovista’s extensive range of trials assessing the value of cover crops and companion crops in arable rotations, including their role in boosting crop and soil heath and controlling herbicide-resistant grassweeds
2,000 copies of the June issue of Wrights farming Register will be given away, free of charge, at Cereals 2017
The Predator, this is the next generation of self-propelled crop sprayer produced by Lincolnshire manufacturer Househam Sprayers. This machine is offered at a high specification from factory.
Visit the Househam stand number 44 to view the Predator in more detail and book your demonstration today!
Farming is a highly technical industry with upcoming technology likely to revolutionise farming practices. With everything from robots to genetics set to play a big part in how the arable sector will change in the coming years it raises some important questions: Could robots be the next green revolution? Or will it be genetics that shape the future of farming? Controversial perhaps, but will farming become a predominantly a desk-job? This year’s Cereals Event (14-15 June) will be getting out the crystal ball to highlight what’s in store for the future of agriculture.
Wednesday 14th June, 5.00-6.30pm - NFU Members’ & Guests Reception on Stand 829
A revolutionary new seed drill is coming to Cereals 2017. The Triton sp will set seed securely with air, rooting and drainage to all seeds even in heavy wet clay late in the autumn. For the first time in 20 years blackgrass now has a powerful adversary.