EU member state experts have again failed to approve new licences for two new GM maize varieties to be grown in the European Union, meaning the applications will now be passed to farm ministers.
Changeable weather and higher soil nitrogen levels will see changes to fertiliser plans this spring.High levels of soil ...
Using an adjuvant with a pyrethroid insecticide can improve control of a key virus in potato crops by nearly 20%, according to Dutch research.
A New Zealand farmer has set a new official world record yield for wheat of nearly 16.8t ha, reclaiming the prestigious title from the UK.
Domestic soft wheat supply is on a knife edge, following another fall in the area planted to soft Group 3 and 4 wheats this season.
The latest fully approved Group 1 winter wheat variety, Zyatt has got the thumbs up from a leading flour miller and baker, deemed suitable for traditional and specialist baking applications.
This year may be the season that oilseed rape crops benefit from a foliar nitrogen spray at flowering, as showery weather disrupts fertiliser plans.
UK wheat is flowing to mainland Europe as end users seek alternatives to poor-quality French supplies.
Dairy producer earnings in Wales are at their lowest for 13 years despite an overall rise in farm business incomes (FBI) of 16% across all sectors.
Growers are owed more than £1m by Norfolk-based potato processor Preva Produce, which is in administration.