articles about crops
Tillage Diary: Gary and his team begin harvesting their oil seed rape, and their square baler is in full swing
On this weeks Tillage Diary, Gary tells of the weekly events, which included getting the oil seed rape harvested, and baling for their customers.
A farmer has been awarded almost €5 million in court, after loss and damage to his crops caused by a neighbours spraying.
In this week's tillage report Gary reports on the barley harvest, and the progress of the other winter harvest crops.
Leitrim county have another unusual competition underway, the Leitrim Scarecrow Competition.
Two people have died following the crashing of a light aircraft into a field.
This week Gary tells us of the false harvest and gives us the update on all the crops.
The Grain protest in the Department continues, and the IFA Grain Committee chairman Liam Dunne updated us on the situation.
The Teagasc Crops and Cultivation Open day took place today.
A Crops and Cultivation event is set to take place in Carlow on June 28th.
The weather picks up as last weeks barley struggles after last weeks heavy rain.
With the Leaving Cert in full swing take our quiz to see how you would get on if you sat the Ag Science exam.
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Last week saw Gary visit the annual summer field meeting, held by Irish Tillage and Land Use Society.
Busy week for Gary this week with baling, wrapping and drawing silage. Silage season is well and truly on.
This week we talk to farmer Debbie Harrison an arable farmer based on the Suffolk/Cambridgeshire border.
This weeks Tillage update from Gary Roe
This weeks Tillage report from Gary Roe and he is delighted with a drop of rain!