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Recording crop storage checks with fieldmargin

Recording crop storage checks with fieldmargin

Successfully harvesting a crop and getting it out of the field and into the store is a huge relief but maintaining quality once it is in the store is just as important to get the best price and avoid deductions. Monitoring sites can be used for keeping a log of storage checks and measurements You … Continue reading Recording crop storage checks with fieldmargin

Monitor pasture health and record fertiliser inputs with fieldmargin

Monitor pasture health and record fertiliser inputs with fieldmargin

If you work with livestock, you know the value of creating and maintaining high-quality pasture. High quality, nutritious pasture leads to healthier animals. Well managed pasture also sequesters carbon by increasing soil organic matter, which is good for the planet and for your soils. Soil health is a key consideration.  But how to improve it? … Continue reading Monitor pasture health and record fertiliser inputs with fieldmargin

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