2019 Omnia Precision Agronomy Award open for entries – British Guild of Agricultural Journalists

The British Guild of Agricultural Journalists’ 2019 Omnia Precision Agronomy Award, sponsored by Hutchinsons’ Omnia Precision Agronomy, is open for entries. Entries are open to any Guild member who has had a feature about precision farming technologies in arable agriculture [...]

2019-08-15T08:39:31+00:00

Consider new technology to calculate accurate seed rates for variable rate drilling – Tillage & Soils

Farmacy chairman Mike Young’s advice is to take the time now to consider how best to optimise variable rate inputs for this autumn, with new technology such as TerraMap offering a genuine opportunity to enhance the benefits of precision agronomy. He [...]

2019-07-26T13:52:55+00:00

The latest essential arable apps: Omnia Connect – Farmers Weekly

Omnia Connect £300/year for existing Omnia users iPad A new app for users of agronomy company Hutchinsons’ Omnia platform will allow the streamlined transfer of prescription maps to farm machinery to enable variable-rate applications. Omnia is a whole field seed [...]

2019-07-19T10:24:31+00:00

Harper Adams takes the 2019 Cereals Challenge title – Agronomist & Arable Farmer – Matt Ward

Left - right: Matt Cobbald, George Atkey, David Hutchinson, Tom Kirby, Dan Hawes, Danny Richardson. Harper Adams University have won the 2019 Cereals Challenge by growing the best virtual crop of spring barley to manage problematic black-grass. Newcastle University took [...]

2019-06-17T14:04:37+00:00

100-fold upgrade in resolutions available – Farmers Guardian – Oliver Wood

100-fold upgrade in resolutions available - Farmers Guardian - Oliver Wood HIGH resolution soil scanning based on gamma-ray detection technology will deliver 'game-changing' soil mapping. TerraMap delivers resolutions of more than 800 points per hectare, compared to typically eight data [...]

2019-06-17T10:14:21+00:00