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22 November 2017 | Arable,Crops and Cereals,Government,News,Products,Shows and Events

A debate at an All Party Parliamentary Group looked at whether the precautionary principle or scientific evidence is best used when looking at pestici...

Pesticide regulation: Precautionary principle or scientific evidence?

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22 November 2017 | Crops and Cereals,Finance,Machinery and Equipment,News,Products

Cutting-edge wireless sensor technology now available to UK growers that measures precise humidity, moisture and temperature points, is set to equip f...

Data from new smart sensors can help growers drive yields and cut costs

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21 November 2017 | News,Products,Rural Life

Seven out of ten slowest areas in the UK for broadband is in Wales, according to a new report which urges the Welsh Government to act. Figures from...

7 out of 10 slowest areas in UK for broadband is in rural Wales

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The increasing likelihood of an occurrence of the La Niña weather phenomenon are among the risks that British farmers face in a “year of anxiety” whic...

UK farmers face 'year of anxiety' over food prices due to La Nina

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21 November 2017 | Agri Safety,Government,News,Products

A European Citizens’ Initiative petition calling for an EU-wide ban on herbicide glyphosate was discussed on Monday (20 November) with the petitioners...

Petitioners calling for glyphosate ban debate with MEPs

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21 November 2017 | Agri Safety,Animal Health,Government,News,Produce,Products

The UK must not ditch European standards or "red tape", such as food safety and animal welfare, if a free trade agreement were to be signed by the UK ...

UK must not 'cherry pick' EU standards if FTA were to be agreed, Barnier warns

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20 November 2017 | Agri Safety,News,Products,Sheep

A futuristic paint which is laced with thousands of micro-dots is being trialled in the fight against the growing issue of sheep rustling and livestoc...

High-tech paint laced with micro-dots to help stop sheep rustling

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20 November 2017 | Arable,Machinery and Equipment,News,Products

New technology which will apply state-of-the-art weed detection to apply herbicide more accurately could be available for use by 2020. As part of a...

State-of-the-art weed detection tech could be available within few years

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Farmers from across the country will be in London to celebrate the launch of a new cook book starring them, their produce produce and Great British re...

Farmers to descend on London to launch new cook book celebrating Britishness

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17 November 2017 | Agri Safety,Animal Health,News,Products,Sheep

New technology and methods are being trialled to deter the UK's largest bird of prey from attacking young livestock. New techniques to stop white-t...

New methods aim to deter UK's largest bird of prey from attacking lambs

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Failure to complete a new customs system by the date of Brexit in 2019 could cause food to rot at the UK border, a report has warned. Westminster's...

Food could rot at UK border if new customs system not in place, report warns

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Imperfect, wonky and dissatisfactory crops could be eradicated by robotics which trail the fields until crops are perfect to pick, scientists have sai...

New technology could eradicate imperfect crops and replace migrant labour

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9 November 2017 | Agri Safety,Arable,Crops and Cereals,Government,News,Products

The European Commission has once again postponed its decision on the vote for the renewal of glyphosate today. The meeting by the Standing Committe...

Decision to renew glyphosate postponed as Member States fail to agree

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8 November 2017 | Agri Safety,Arable,Crops and Cereals,Government,News,NFU,Products

The fate of the world’s most widely-used weed killer - an issue which has pitted Europe’s farming sector against green activists - is expected to come...

EU decision on contentious glyphosate debate expected on Thursday

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8 November 2017 | Machinery and Equipment,News,Products

A conversion kit has been announced which allows the user to use new technology to do away with flimsy 7 pin plugs. UK TrailerLights have come up w...

Fed up of flimsy 7 pin plugs? Get fitted with the Rockfit Plug

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A senior business representative to President Donald Trump has warned that the British public may have to accept chlorinated chicken as part of any tr...

Senior Trump adviser tells UK to accept chlorinated chicken as part of trade deal

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6 November 2017 | Meat Processing,News,Pigs,Produce,Products,Supermarkets

Consumers often struggle to identify where their meat comes from due to a lack of transparency on produce, according to a new survey. The latest sh...

Consumers struggle to identify country of origin on meat, survey suggests

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3 November 2017 | Agri Safety,Machinery and Equipment,News,Products

Thieves have stolen more than £6,000 worth of machinery from a farm in Scotland. The farm near, Coupar Angus in Perth and Kinross, was raided overn...

Thieves steal £6,000 worth of equipment from Scottish farm

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2 November 2017 | Finance,Machinery and Equipment,News,Products

Farmers looking to secure grant money to improve farm productivity, by investing in new technology, should act quickly, according to Strutt & Parker. ...

Act fast to apply for new farm technology grants, Strutt & Parker urges

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A new report has cautioned that less than half of the UK's fruit and veg is homegrown, and that 90 per cent of it is picked by EU-born workers. It ...

Less than half of UK's fruit and veg is homegrown, report warns

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30 October 2017 | Finance,Government,Machinery and Equipment,News,Products

Defra Secretary Michael Gove has opened a £40 million grants scheme for investment in farm technology and equipment. Farmers will get a £40 million...

Gove opens £40m grant scheme for farm technology investment

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30 October 2017 | Agri Safety,News,Products,Sheep

A futuristic paint which is laced with thousands of micro-dots is being trialled in the fight against the growing issue of sheep rustling and livestoc...

High-tech paint laced with micro-dots trialled to help stop sheep rustling

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Major agricultural countries across the world are becoming worried at the prospect of an EU ban on the popular herbicide glyphosate. Major agricult...

Major agricultural countries fear EU glyphosate ban could harm exports

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27 October 2017 | Agri Safety,News,Products,Rural Life

A charity which looks after rivers has disposed of nearly a tonne and a half of banned and outdated pesticides from farms across the South West. Th...

Over a tonne of outdated and banned pesticides taken from South West rivers

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27 October 2017 | Dairy,Finance,Government,News,Produce,Products

Defra Secretary Michael Gove has visited a Bournville chocolate factory to underline the government's agri-tech strategy. The government has recent...

Gove visits chocolate factory to underline agri-tech strategy

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