All posts by Laura Edmonds

OMEX Soil Sampling

It’s time to arrange soil sampling for next year’s sugar beet crops The OMEX soil sampling team is rolling for another year and has started in-crop sampling for oilseed rape and will soon be gearing up for testing stubbles for sugar beet. Soil sampling is an important cornerstone to ensure the soil nutrient reserves are maintained … Continue reading OMEX Soil Sampling

Suspension Fertilisers For Potatoes

  Suspension Fertilisers for Potatoes Potatoes can be a fragile, labour intensive and expensive crop to grow. So, it’s good to know that OMEX suspension fertilisers for potatoes demonstrated significant yield increases over a branded solid fertiliser in replicated independent plot tests. Here’s how OMEX suspension fertiliser can benefit potato crops: Nitrogen and Didin OMEX’s highly adaptable … Continue reading Suspension Fertilisers For Potatoes

Slow release nitrogen helps contracting logistics

 SLOW RELEASE NITROGEN HELPS CONTRACTING LOGISITICS #SupportingScottishFarming   For Scottish farmer and contractor Neil McIver, in the Black Isle, North of Inverness, gaining valuable time and securing weather windows for his busy contracting operation can often prove tricky, even in the easiest of years, especially when the pressure is on.   Mistimed liquid nitrogen applications … Continue reading Slow release nitrogen helps contracting logistics

Micro nutrients aid potato operation

POTATO CROP CANOPY IMPROVEMENT HOLDS MOISTURE BENEFITS Applying micro nutrients to potatoes grown on unirrigated soils has helped a Lincolnshire grower protect existing soil moisture and maximise canopy growth. However, repeated applications has also helped achieve higher yields and a better skin finish, resulting in a more saleable premium product.   T H Forington and … Continue reading Micro nutrients aid potato operation

Bio 20 gives post-winter cereal health a boost

POST-WINTER CEREAL HEALTH GETS A WELCOME BOOST   Overwintered cereals can often struggle in less than ideal spring conditions, especially where tiller numbers, root structure and disease pressure can combine to limit growth at the crucial early stem extension timing (GS30).   Dry or even excessively wet conditions often lead to crops suffering visible stress … Continue reading Bio 20 gives post-winter cereal health a boost