AHDB-funded research and trials on show in Scotland

Cereals in Practice is a unique event, bringing variety trials and research together in one place to create a must-attend event for anyone interested in cereal farming and associated industries. Organised by More »

Cereals 2016 video: ‘Fungicides under pressure’

With fungicide plots for wheat, barley and oilseed rape, visitors to the Cereals 2016 event were able to discuss our independent trials results with leading experts. At Cereals 2016, we also illustrated the key More »

Bayer, DuPont join ag-tech investment boom to ease grain pain

Dupont and Bayer AG have teamed up to invest in a new fund that will back agricultural technology startups, becoming the latest companies to pile into the multibillion-dollar industry as farm profits More »

Climate Change prompts agriculture ministry to design women-friendly equipment

Men are migrating to cities, leaving behind women in villages. That’s impacting agriculture as women find it difficult to use heavy equipment used for farming. But that is going to change as More »

The New Particle Analyzer CAMSIZER X2: higher resolution, extended measuring range and excellent statistics

With the CAMSIZER X2 RETSCH TECHNOLOGY presents the next generation of the well-proven dynamic image analysis system CAMSIZER XT. The new analyzer provides an extended dynamic measuring range from 0.8 µm to More »

 

AHDB-funded research and trials on show in Scotland

Cereals in Practice is a unique event, bringing variety trials and research together in one place to create a must-attend event for anyone interested in cereal farming and associated industries. Organised by the James Hutton...
Read More


Cereals 2016 video: ‘Fungicides under pressure’

With fungicide plots for wheat, barley and oilseed rape, visitors to the Cereals 2016 event were able to discuss our independent trials results with leading experts. At Cereals 2016, we also illustrated the key resistance developments over...
Read More


Bayer, DuPont join ag-tech investment boom to ease grain pain

Dupont and Bayer AG have teamed up to invest in a new fund that will back agricultural technology startups, becoming the latest companies to pile into the multibillion-dollar industry as farm profits shrink. The two...
Read More


Climate Change prompts agriculture ministry to design women-friendly equipment

Men are migrating to cities, leaving behind women in villages. That’s impacting agriculture as women find it difficult to use heavy equipment used for farming. But that is going to change as the government plans...
Read More


The New Particle Analyzer CAMSIZER X2: higher resolution, extended measuring range and excellent statistics

With the CAMSIZER X2 RETSCH TECHNOLOGY presents the next generation of the well-proven dynamic image analysis system CAMSIZER XT. The new analyzer provides an extended dynamic measuring range from 0.8 µm to 8 mm with...
Read More


Statement by Leah Wilkinson, Vice President of Legislative, Regulatory & State Affairs American Feed Industry Association, Regarding Labeling Compromise

“After much anticipation, AFIA welcomes and strongly supports the bipartisan Roberts/Stabenow agreement that would set a federal standard for the labelling of foods containing genetically engineered (GE) ingredients. We take note of the time and...
Read More


Label changes to all rodenticides

Pest controllers and farmers are being reminded that all product labels of ‘Second Generation Anti-coagulant Rodenticides’ (SGAR’s) will need to be revised this year, in line with CRRU (Campaign for Responsible Rodenticide Use). Product labels...
Read More


AFIA attracts nearly 200 to Basics of Feed Course

The American Feed Industry Association surpassed its prior attendance record last week at its biannual Feed Industry Institute with 187 attendees. The total number present increased 10 percent from 2014. Both the 2014 and 2016...
Read More


Mozambique to Fortify Five Foods

Mozambique published legislation on 18 April 2016 to fortify five food vehicles as part of its multi-sector plan to reduce chronic under nutrition. The mandate calls for fortification of wheat flour, corn meal, cooking oil,...
Read More


RDS Technology exhibits LIFTLOG 1000 at SPACE 2016

In September 2016, RDS Technology will exhibit at SPACE, the annual Rennes (France) agricultural show. Products on show to include the LIFTLOG 1000, the WEIGHLOG a10 and the LOADMASTER a100. The LIFTLOG 1000 is an...
Read More


Invivo Trading and the cooperative commitment: 40 Years of Trust

Over 9 million tonnes of grains from France were exported during the 2015-2016 period by InVivo Trading, 2.2 million tonnes of which were entrusted to it under the unique “Commitments” contract put in place 40...
Read More


Climate change will reduce maize yields unless breeding and seed systems adapt immediately

Knowing when and how climate change will impact crop production is essential for devising adaptation solutions. Recent advances in methods to measure the potential response of crops to the various effects of weather or climate,...
Read More


Recalls prompt Milling Industry to tighten wheat-sourcing efforts

Ripples have spread further in the aftermath of a late April wheat flour recall because of the trace presence of peanuts. Numerous resultant food product recalls  were issued by some of the largest U.S. consumer...
Read More


Grain market protection starts with on-farm practices

Grain growers and their advisers in the southern cropping region are being called on to do their bit to protect Australian grain’s well-earned reputation for quality and reliability. Careful management of agricultural chemicals and good...
Read More