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Kia reveals first images of all-electric Niro

Kia reveals first images of all-electric Niro

Kia has unveiled a new all-electric version of Niro at the 5th International Electric Vehicle Expo in Jeju, Korea. Due to receive its global debut at the Paris Motor Show in September, the sporty and versatile Kia Niro EV combines driving enjoyment with eye-catching design and functional utility. Designed at Kia’s design centres in California, […]

Claydon appoints importer for Spain

Claydon appoints importer for Spain

Claydon, a pioneer in direct strip seeding technology, has appointed AG-Group as the sole importer for its range of drills and stubble management equipment in Spain. AG-Group started off in 1987 as Vogel and Noot Espana S.A..and became AG-Group in 2017 following a management buy-out by General Manager Pascual Galindo AG-Group’s headquarters are in Tamarite […]

New video shows what it means to be an organic farmer

New video shows what it means to be an organic farmer

West Sussex organic farmer John Pitts, has launched a new video to explain what it really means to choose organic. The passionate farmer reveals the challenges behind the award-winning organic dairy and arable farming enterprise The Woodhorn Group. The video outlines The Woodhorn Group’s holistic approach to farming that prioritises the welfare of the animals, […]

LAMMA ’18 – announcement from Briefing Media

LAMMA ’18 – announcement from Briefing Media

LAMMA, the UK’s largest farm machinery, equipment and agricultural services show, has been unable to open to the public today due to safety reasons. High winds overnight caused serious damage to stands and structures across the East of England Showground, forcing the event to be closed early. Hundreds of visitors who arrived early were held […]

Farmer-led innovation provides policy inspiration at Agricology field day

Farmer-led innovation provides policy inspiration at Agricology field day

More than 80 farmers, policy-makers, researchers, and representatives from the NFU and Wildlife Trust attended Agricology’s on-farm field event at Daylesford Farm in Oxfordshire last week focusing on the potential of reintegrating livestock, leys and arable to diversify the rotation. Bringing together participants of the annual Oxford Farming Conferences, this over-subscribed event enabled participants to […]

Farmers invited to take part in diverse cropping project to increase yields

Farmers invited to take part in diverse cropping project to increase yields

The Organic Research Centre, a leading independent research charity, is inviting UK farmers to participate in a new EU-funded project called DIVERSify which is investigating how to maximise the performance of crop mixtures (or plant teams) to improve yields while reducing the reliance on inputs. Dr Bruce Pearce from the Organic Research Centre said, “It […]

Midlands Machinery Show 2017 earns positive recognition from farming community

Midlands Machinery Show 2017 earns positive recognition from farming community

Inventive machines – there were plenty on show. Innovative ideas – many were shared. Yet the key talking point during the Midlands Machinery Show 2017, which took place on 22 and 23 November at Newark Showground in Nottinghamshire, was the opportunity provided by the show to bring the agricultural industry together. Returning for the fourth […]

Resistant diamondback moths now capable of surviving winter

Resistant diamondback moths now capable of surviving winter

A ‘super pest’ moth resistant to a class of common plant protection is now also capable of surviving through the UK’s cold winter conditions, according to new research. Diamondback moth (DBM) caterpillars feed on crops including cabbage, broccoli, swedes and Brussels sprouts, causing cosmetic damage, which could result in the loss of up to 100 […]

Rapid increase in pesticide use and new evidence of health impacts of very low doses

Rapid increase in pesticide use and new evidence of health impacts of very low doses

New evidence suggests pesticide use has seen a massive increase in the UK over the last 40 years, with a potential impact on human health, delegates at a Royal Society of Medicine conference have heard. This is in sharp contrast to the claim by the pesticide industry that use has halved. Using data extracted for […]

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