Cereals: The Arable Event

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  • This year, farmers from AHDB’s Monitor Farm programme have been burying their pants to help them find out about their soil health.

    Brian Barker and Russell McKenzie, Stowmarket and Huntingdon Monitor Farm hosts, will bring their findings (and their pants) to Cereals 2017 to feature in a debate held on the AHDB Cereals & Oilseeds stand (919).

  • Tilhill Forestry will be exhibiting once again at Cereals 2017 which is the arable industry’s leading technical event to raise awareness of the ways the company can help farmers make the most of their properties.

    Around 25,000 farmers, agronomists and industry professionals are expected to attend Cereals 2017 on 14th and 15th June at Boothby Graffoe, Lincolnshire.

  • A consortium of partners both academic and industry are developing a unique test to measure soil quality, linking the nematode populations and communities with nutrient, texture, structure and other key soil attributes. This test will identify long-term soil health problems across fields, problems which could be improved to give greater crop yields.  

  • Rising energy bills have a negative impact on any business, but with increasing financial challenges faced in agriculture, the effects can be devastating. Help is on hand to reduce your heating bills through biomass thanks to renewable energy experts Noble Green Energy and what's more, it's free!

  • Topcon Agriculture’s New X35 Console

    10-May-2017 by: Paul Jennings LH Agro UK

    Latest Topcon X-series console to debut at Cereals, with LH Agro also offering free RTK cost-saving consultations

    LH Agro will be debuting Topcon Agriculture’s next generation X35 touchscreen console at this year’s Cereals event as well as offering free appraisals to calculate the cost-saving potential of using an RTK-based autosteer system.

     

  • Keeping pace with changes in agriculture can be hard, so this year’s Cereals Event is making it easier for visitors to seek out the information they need, with the introduction of six Knowledge Trails.

    With themes ranging from Brexit-proofing businesses to precision and efficiency, there is something for everyone, enabling all visitors to get the most from their day.

  • Arable margins are always under pressure, so what can farmers do to manage their costs and potentially add value to their products?

    Trying to add value to every-day commodity crops may not seem feasible, but knowing the market can make a real difference and provide farmers with the chance to capitalise on opportunities. At the same time, looking at how to manage costs can improve utilisation of inputs and labour or flag up available grants.

  • We are excited to be exhibiting again to expected 24,000 farmers, agronomists and industry professionals this year at Cereals Show 2017.

  • Following their recent aquisition of the seed treatment Latitude, Certis are looking forward to Cereals and the opportunity to discuss with visitors the issue of take-all and how to protect crops from this devastating disease from day one.

  • Cereals Event will give visitors the chance to understand and visualise how the science behind ELATUS ERA is delivering the desired, broad-spectrum disease control and protecting yields. It will also be an opportunity to see just how important a preventive approach to disease control is through our unique microscopy images.

  • BfS are part of the BASIS (and NroSo) knowledge trail at the Cereals Event in June at Boothby Graffoe, Lincoln on the 14th and 15th of June.

    Come and talk "Application Technology" and gain some points. 

  • Agriculture is facing unprecedented change. Brexit, restrictions on chemical usage, and accelerating scientific innovation all make for uncertain times. However, with uncertainty often comes opportunity, so how can farmers prepare for both the worst and best scenarios?

    To help navigate the maze, the Cereals Event has organised a highly topical Arable Conference in association with De Lacy Executive. Bringing together industry-leading farmers, policymakers, environmentalists and scientists the Arable Marquee at Cereals (14-15 June) will be a hot spot for information. Aimed at sharing the latest agricultural research and both sides of difficult arguments, visitors will be able to draw on valuable hints and tips through a series of debates, panel sessions and seminars.

  • The Woodland Trust is helping farms to become more resilient and productive thanks to trees. Farmer David Rose will be sharing his experience of planting apples among his crop while visitors to the Trust's stand (754) can jump on a pedal-powered scratter and juicing press and enjoy a refreshing glass of apple juice produced using fruit from another of its farming ambassadors, Stephen Briggs.

     

  • Leading agrochemical manufacturer Belchim Crop Protection is inviting farmers to come onto stand number 610 at this year’s Cereals event to enter a competition to win a Samsung 10” Tablet and to leave the stand armed with the knowledge of additional tools to increase crop yield.     

     

  • TER - The Equipment Register is a specialist online due diligence company with Europes largest database of theft and ownership records for plant and agricultural equipment.

  • Ilex EnviroSciences, innovators in crop nutrition will be using CEREALS to showcase Beet Raiser, their pioneering new foliar phosphite for sugar beet.

    "Field trials with growers in Cambridgeshire using Beet Raiser alongside a standard nutrition programme, have shown excellent results in terms of both size and uniformity, achieving typical yields of 90-100 MT/ha with corresponding increases in sugar yields." 

  • The existing Catros range has been supplemented at the top and the bottom by 6 new models of either mounted or trailed compact disc harrow. The concept of creating an early stale seedbed directly behind the combine by shallow working stubbles with a purpose-built tool that ensures full surface disturbance, and yet at a minimal depth of soil movement, is fast becoming one of the main drivers in grass weed control.

  • Launch of NIAB Digital at Cereals Event

    03-May-2017 by: Ros Lloyd, NIAB Communications Manager NIAB TAG

    A new interactive farm software service, giving farmers and agronomists the ability to map, manage, store, share and compare farm, crop and research data, will be launched at the Cereals Event, on 14th June, by NIAB.

  • Putting innovation into practice at Cereals

    03-May-2017 by: Ros Lloyd, NIAB Communications Manager NIAB TAG

    NIAB TAG is providing a tick list of agricultural innovation for growers and agronomists to check out at this year’s Cereals Event.

  • BTS 3325 is a newly recommended variety for the 2018 season that offers growers the opportunity to grow a high yielding sugar beet variety with low bolting figures – offering flexibility in sowing for both the early and later drilling slots.

    Choosing a new sugar beet variety is no longer just about output, agronomic characteristics such as bolting tolerance and disease resistance are becoming increasingly important characteristics to consider, which is why the recommended list now requires varieties to perform well in these categories over three years of field trials, “says Bram van der Have, sugar beet consultant for Limagrain.

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