Author: Camilla Hayselden-Ashby

Digitising drainage maps to prevent water logging

Digitising drainage maps to prevent water logging

Waterlogging can have a serious impact on crop and pasture health, as well as being an important indicator of other soil health issues. In cereals, waterlogging can cause a reduction in yield of over 40%. It also increases the risk of damage to soil from travelling on it in wet conditions, makes crop establishment more difficult … Continue reading Digitising drainage maps to prevent water logging

How to use fieldmargin with your Agronomist to save time and improve efficiency

How to use fieldmargin with your Agronomist to save time and improve efficiency

Agronomists play a key role in many farms. So much so that some people joke a farmer is more likely to leave their spouse than their agronomist! Working with your agronomist on fieldmargin can save you time by streamlining communications and reducing repetition of work if they set up their recommendations on your farm as … Continue reading How to use fieldmargin with your Agronomist to save time and improve efficiency

How to use fieldmargin with your Agronomy clients

How to use fieldmargin with your Agronomy clients

As an agronomist, close collaboration with your clients is key to providing them with the support they need to improve farm productivity and meet their business goals. Technology that you, the farmer and the farm team enjoy using can help towards this, and also save time and reduce the opportunity for error. By having all … Continue reading How to use fieldmargin with your Agronomy clients

How to use fieldmargin for Mapping and Record-keeping of Agri-Environmental Stewardship

How to use fieldmargin for Mapping and Record-keeping of Agri-Environmental Stewardship

This article outlines how you can use fieldmargin to help with mapping out environmental stewardship plans for things like subsidies, Countryside Stewardship or Biodiversity Net Gain and then how you can keep records of management such as establishment, inputs used, grazing and keep photographic evidence.

What fieldmargin farmers had to say in our 2022 survey

What fieldmargin farmers had to say in our 2022 survey

Farmer feedback and suggestions is key to everything that we build here at fieldmargin. Doing our end of year survey and reading all of your responses is something we really enjoy which is also very useful for planning what new features and improvements we should add to fieldmargin. This year we had over 300 responses … Continue reading What fieldmargin farmers had to say in our 2022 survey

Using fieldmargin to collect your hay, silage and baling data

Using fieldmargin to collect your hay, silage and baling data

In the UK and Ireland tricky weather has meant a slow start to first cut os Silage in 2022. However dryer weather is expected in early June which should offer a good opportunity to secure a cut of pit or bale silage (SOURCE). Drier conditions are forecast to take hold over the country from tomorrow … Continue reading Using fieldmargin to collect your hay, silage and baling data

Introducing Yield Recording with fieldmargin

Introducing Yield Recording with fieldmargin

As combines across the country (at least in the UK where we are based!) begin firing up and rolling into crops we are pleased to announce a new feature to make harvest season and monitoring farm performance that little bit easier. Now you can record your yields using fieldmargin. No need to wait until you … Continue reading Introducing Yield Recording with fieldmargin