DIRECT DRILLER MAGAZINE
The Future of Your Soils
Direct Driller is a regenerative agriculture farming magazine, designed by farmers for farmers to educate and inform the farming industry about soil health, no-till techniques, regenerative techniques and new technology in all farming situations, whether that be Arable, Livestock or Mixed.
The key aim of Direct Driller is to help farmers become more sustainable, both in terms of their biology on farm and the profitability of their farm. To help farmers find a way of growing healthy crops using the right technology and the most appropriate inputs. We will showcase all the latest machinery and techniques, but the core of the magazine is about your soil and how to improve it.
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Direct Driller Issue 21 – Introduction
Written by Mike Donovan Downside pressures increase Every farming year has its ups and downs…
The New Normal
Written by Chris Fellows We certainly confused a few in the last issue with the…
From Precision to Autonomy: How AI is Helping Farmers Tackle the Biggest Challenges in Agriculture
As a farmer, I have always been interested in new technologies that could make my…
New Direct Driller Website
Farmer Focus – Andrew Jackson
Kuhn: Drill Manifacturer Update
The evolution of tillage techniques on heavy arable land in the East Midlands
How to make foliar nutrient applications more consistent
Soil Health: New Opportunities to Innovate in Crop Protection Research and Development
Farmer Focus – David White
Claydon: Drill Manufacturer Update
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