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New features on show – and old favourites too

Visitors to Cereals can enjoy all their favourite attractions plus some exciting new exhibits at this year’s two-day event.

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Easier comparisons from side-by-side crop plots

Crop plots will be centre-stage at Cereals – enabling visitors to compare the top-performing varieties side by side.

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Disease control is NIAB stand focus

Wheat disease management will form the basis of the NIAB stand at Cereals, with advice on hand to aid decision-making on varietal, cultural and chemical control.

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Charities benefit from Cereals tickets

The Cereals event is raising cash for good causes – with half the money from ticket sales donated to three farming charities.

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Big names ‘flocking back’ to flagship Cereals event

Exhibitors are flocking back to the Cereals event, say organisers, who are putting the finishing touches to next month’s show.

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Big names ‘flocking back’ to flagship Cereals event

Exhibitors are flocking back to the Cereals event, say organisers, who are putting the finishing touches to next month’s show.

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Special monitoring system checks grain moisture

A special monitoring system is helping farmers and grain store operators automatically check the moisture content of wet grain as it enters storage.

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Drone app speeds up crop-walking

Agricultural software pioneer Drone Ag will demonstrate its crop scouting mobile app Skippy Scout live at Cereals for the first time.

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Host farmer for Cereals has plans for further expansion

Cereals host farmer Alastair Priestley believes a good head for figures is vital when it comes to running a successful farm business.

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Experts at Cereals show way  to maximise soil potential

Experts at Cereals will be on hand to help growers get the most from their soils – in a special series of seminars which aim to maximise its potential.

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