An arable farmer in Surrey shares his experiences of the hot weather's effects on his crops.
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29th Jul 2013
24th Jul 2013
Crop rotation is a method of farming that can trace its roots back to Roman times and beyond.
17th Jul 2013
There could be a significant shortfall between water demand and supply for farming by the 2020s, a new report has found.
11th Jul 2013
Black-grass in barley
3rd Jul 2013
Smartphone apps, those bits of software helping you do all sorts of things on your phone, are all around us in modern life and have revolutionised the way we work, rest and play. Now, they look se
19th Jun 2013
Adam Twine, a founder and director of the Farm Carbon Cutting Toolkit, has been nominated for the 2013 Farmers Weekly Awards Green Farmer of the Year.
17th Jun 2013
Soil helps to store a third of the carbon on Earth, so using cover crops to keep more of that carbon underground could help farmers of all kinds to slow the pace of climate change.
11th Jun 2013
Trees have so many benefits on farms, from wildlife habitat to source of timber, aesthetic value and carbon absorbers.
5th Jun 2013
A dairy farm in Devon is benefiting from two 11kW wind turbines, making a good return on investment and helping to support the income of the farm.