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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Chopped straw value?
    a couple of years of chopping straw many years ago now the land actually worked much easier and made ploughing a doddle Always had good crops following chopping the straw but how you quantify it I don t know Being a Gentleman doesn t mean I won t spank you Top Fat Hill Post subject Posted Tue Aug 19 2014 12 07 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 10 46 pm Posts 6471 Location Eat Anglia depends on lots of things what yield of straw per acre for starters in a year short on quality straw good barley straw is worth 50 a Hesston if you get 3 bales an acre you re losing out on a fair bit of income The nutritional value will be nowhwere near that On the flip side chopping the straw can help improve soil structure if it is incorporated properly not just ploughed down in wet lumps it also saves on compaction and can improve timeliness There are those that think it is criminal to chop any barley straw but if it means drilling the following crop is delayed and with additional compaction damage then the costs really start to stack up Probably what do I know I m just a pension peddler moneymoneymoney always sunny in a rich mans world Top RGSP Post subject Posted Tue Aug 19 2014 7 05 pm Joined Sun Nov 09 2008 11 02 pm Posts 5686 Location south Suffolk I have seen estimates that put the value of N P K going back into the ground at about 5 acre and that probably can be calculated even if my memory is wrong but that says nothing of its value as general organic matter soil conditioner It s really the basic question which can t be answered satisfactorily

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Careful Chemical Application
    05 am Posts 10127 Location On the beach But will it kill brambles I need a holiday Top Flintstone Post subject Posted Sun Aug 10 2014 3 05 pm Joined Fri Aug 01 2014 3 33 pm Posts 1880 Location E Herts Or ivy I m surrounded by the stuff Top The Pretender Post subject Posted Sun Aug 10 2014 3 17 pm Joined Sun Jun 28 2009 3 05 pm Posts 9632 Location The Zone Flintstone wrote Or ivy I m surrounded by the stuff 600ml of Clinic Ace in 10 litres of water made mind cough keep honking I m reloading Top 6920s pilot Post subject Posted Sun Aug 10 2014 4 11 pm Joined Fri Apr 24 2009 6 47 pm Posts 565 Location Lincolnshire He could live next door to my father in law who got Mrs Pilot to take him to Wilkos to get some chemical he d seen advertised on TV cos that roundup stuff s no bloody good Since then he s had god knows how many litres of what I presume is contact herbicide which is obviously better cos it gives almost instant results Fox ache Top DaveJ Post subject Posted Sun Aug 10 2014 7 50 pm Joined Sat Oct 10 2009 8 47 pm Posts 3049 Location crappest broadband in Powys The Pretender wrote Flintstone wrote Or ivy I m surrounded by the stuff 600ml of Clinic Ace in 10 litres of water made mind cough Same here Top rogerm Post subject Posted Mon Aug 11 2014 8 58 pm Joined Wed Nov 12 2008 9 48 pm Posts 4455 Location Green Dragon Our vet recently asked me for 20l of Glycofos I told him once that it was Glyphosate didn t bother to tell him again as he s

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  • Farming Forum UK • Login
    UTC DST Login You need to login in order to reply to topics within this forum Username Password Log me on automatically each visit Hide my online status this session Board index All times are UTC DST Jump to Select a forum Farming Topics Weather Arable Dairy Livestock Poultry Birds Machinery Equipment and Machinery Workshop Worth a bid Farming Issues Debate Management Issues Wanted For Sale and Services Offered Supermarkets

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  • Farming Forum UK :: View topic - Drain repair
    Re Drain repair Have you tried turning it off and then back on again Ffuk it wrong thread Author si mate Wed Mar 11 2015 9 28 am Post subject Re Drain repair Perforated or non perforated pipe Author Coltheox Wed Mar 11 2015 9 34 am Post subject Re Drain repair si mate wrote Perforated or non perforated pipe Where are you planning on shoving it Author Lord Muck Wed Mar 11 2015 9 40 am Post subject Re Drain repair si mate wrote Perforated or non perforated pipe For what Drainage or ducting Author dust n diesel Sun Jan 03 2016 12 08 am Post subject Re Drain repair Jet the old pipes Author defender Sun Jan 03 2016 12 37 am Post subject Re Drain repair We use twinwall for all drain repairs now and find it better to use than coils of pipe and as said stone it nearly to the surface A lot of the old tile drains here were covered with straw to keep the fine silt out and jetting them is no long term solution as the straw is fairly well gone having said that even after 50 years its surprising how much can still be seen Author Tel Sun Jan 03 2016 12 57 am Post subject Re Drain repair defender wrote We use twinwall for all drain repairs now and find it better to use than coils of pipe and as said stone it nearly to the surface A lot of the old tile drains here were covered with straw to keep the fine silt out and jetting them is no long term solution as the straw is fairly well gone having said that even after 50 years its surprising how much can still be seen Now I except I could be wrong here but twin wall is solid sides I normally use it for gateways etc If you use it for field drains how do you get the water into it you are doing the drainage via the stone above it you would be better just to put the stone in and save the cost of the plastic hole that doesn t do anything Author defender Sun Jan 03 2016 1 05 am Post subject Re Drain repair Tel wrote defender wrote We use twinwall for all drain repairs now and find it better to use than coils of pipe and as said stone it nearly to the surface A lot of the old tile drains here were covered with straw to keep the fine silt out and jetting them is no long term solution as the straw is fairly well gone having said that even after 50 years its surprising how much can still be seen Now I except I could be wrong here but twin wall is solid sides I normally use it for gateways etc If you use it for field drains how do you get the water into it you are doing the drainage via the

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  • Farming Forum UK • View topic - Just thinking, that's all
    row crops Or maybe high blackgrass areas drilling cereals in narrow high density bands on wide spacings to allow hoeing glyphosate between rows Top Lord Muck Post subject Re Just thinking that s all Posted Tue Nov 04 2014 1 10 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 5 21 pm Posts 22124 NQIT wrote Lord Muck wrote Obviously dependent on soil type etc but I reckon it would work Main thing is to get the ground cracked and split to allow beet to develop but the crop beforehand will play a part in this Don t forget long big beet give you tonnage tighter beet tend to give better sugar s Thanks Mayo for that top tip The difference being I actually know about beet Deeeheeecent Top graybo Post subject Re Just thinking that s all Posted Tue Nov 04 2014 9 31 pm Joined Sat May 16 2009 11 21 pm Posts 6761 Location beds You ve been beeten see what i did there to it by zee Germans among others http www controlledtrafficfarming com zucker pdf No one can steer like this Ffuker Top NQIT Post subject Re Just thinking that s all Posted Tue Nov 04 2014 9 40 pm Joined Sun Jan 18 2009 1 13 pm Posts 1838 Location Norfolk graybo wrote You ve been beeten see what i did there to it by zee Germans among others http www controlledtrafficfarming com zucker pdf But how do the drills cope with all the towels laid out on the field Top Fat Hill Post subject Re Just thinking that s all Posted Tue Nov 04 2014 10 21 pm Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 10 46 pm Posts 6471 Location Eat Anglia graybo wrote You ve been beeten see what i did there to it by zee Germans among others http www controlledtrafficfarming com zucker pdf Difference is with my plan you grow a cover crop between where the beet would grow including some N fixing plants which would provide some N for the young beet plants Or someat I dare say everyone will carry on ploughing round these parts They like ploughing coz it keeps the old bastards in employment moneymoneymoney always sunny in a rich mans world Top Tel Post subject Re Just thinking that s all Posted Tue Nov 04 2014 10 57 pm Joined Thu Apr 30 2009 9 45 pm Posts 2779 I would say Mr Hill that you think about right Top dust n diesel Post subject Re Just thinking that s all Posted Sun Nov 09 2014 10 45 pm Joined Sun Aug 10 2008 1 54 pm Posts 8545 Location Location Location Tel wrote I would say Mr Hill that you think about right Hes still a gretol mincing homm though JOB 8Y Top Fat Hill Post subject Re Just thinking that s all Posted Mon Nov 10 2014 1 50 am Joined Sun Aug 03 2008 10 46 pm Posts 6471 Location Eat Anglia Fair point Yor

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  • Farming Forum UK • Information
    FAQ Search It is currently Wed Feb 10 2016 2 09 pm View unanswered posts View active topics Board index All times are UTC DST Information There are no newer topics in this forum Board index All times are UTC

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  • Farming Forum UK • Login
    are UTC DST Login You need to login in order to quote posts within this forum Username Password Log me on automatically each visit Hide my online status this session Board index All times are UTC DST Jump to Select a forum Farming Topics Weather Arable Dairy Livestock Poultry Birds Machinery Equipment and Machinery Workshop Worth a bid Farming Issues Debate Management Issues Wanted For Sale and Services Offered Supermarkets

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    are UTC DST Login You need to login in order to post within this forum Username Password Log me on automatically each visit Hide my online status this session Board index All times are UTC DST Jump to Select a forum Farming Topics Weather Arable Dairy Livestock Poultry Birds Machinery Equipment and Machinery Workshop Worth a bid Farming Issues Debate Management Issues Wanted For Sale and Services Offered Supermarkets Crimewatch

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