Experts from OPICO will be on hand at the Croptec event to give advice on the innovative Sky drill range, particularly helpful for growers considering how to move forward with no-till, min-till, cover cropping or companion crops.
A Leicestershire contractor with an eye for detail has invested in direct drilling to help his customers unlock greater potential from the ground they farm.
With some cover crops costing up to £200/ha, are they worth the investment? Richard Allison looks at the arguments for growing them on farm.
Black-grass has been an issue for E.J. Morris and Son, of Royston, Herts, for a number of years, and Sam Morris suggests he now 'farms to control black-grass rather than to achieve the highest yields'.
Sky Agriculture and OPICO, in co-operation with Oakbank, are running a ‘No-till and Cover Crop Roadshow’ from the 4-7th July 2016.
In a cropping system where the soil is the priority, the drill is not the key decision. CPM travels to France to explore a system where the drill has been designed around the crops and the soils they work.
For the first time at the Highland Show, OPICO will present its highly adaptable trailed Sky EasyDrill.
OPICO is pleased to announce the appointment of Venture Farm Machinery (VFM) as a new dealer for the OPICO, HE-VA, SKY, Strautmann and Maschio ranges of machinery.
For the first time at the Cereals event, OPICO will showcase its two highly adaptable Sky drills - the no-till EasyDrill and the min-till MaxiDrill – both able to cope with a range of soil conditions and cultivations systems.
OPICO has appointed Chris Clark as new Maschio Gaspardo Service Manager.
Blackgrass control isn’t all about chemicals and crop rotations.
Success via differentiation: Q&A with importer OPICO
OPICO has appointed Stewart Whitworth to join the Parts Department
OPICO has appointed a new Sales Office Manager, Steve Harrison, who brings a wealth of experience to his new role.