Beet gains from putting soil first

Article taken from www.cpm-magazine.co.uk

 

Early results from Norfolk trials show strip tillage combined with cover crops could help boost sugar beet margins. CPM takes a closer look.

Strip tillage offers a potentially attractive alternative to conventional plough-based sugar beet establishment systems, as the technique uses less energy and is potentially better for the environment and soil. To test the concept, a collaborative trial between Agrovista and The Morley Agricultural Foundation was set up in 2015 and is continuing this season.

 

Continue reading

 

24 July 2017

LATEST NEWS
Seeking a solution for rat’s-tail fescue
With increasing reports of rat’s-tail fescue in North East England, growers are encouraged to act now by improving..
MORE
Agrovista strengthens north east agronomy provision
Agrovista is delighted to announce the appointment of Durham-based Agronomist, Helen Lax...
MORE
VIEW ALL STORIES
TWITTER @AgrovistaUK

SELECT | E-NEWSLETTER SIGN-UP

Get trials and technical updates straight to your inbox

 

TEL:
01945 870 356

 

EMAIL:
admin@plantsystems.co.uk

SALES & ADMINISTRATION

Agrovista UK Ltd
T/A Plantsystems
Rutherford House
Nottingham Science and 
Technology Park
Nottingham
NG7 2PZ