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Graham Robson

Many innovations in agriculture may take time to become established, some try their best and still don’t find acceptance, others… Read more

Talmi Ivzori

The word “innovation” is one of the buzziest words in the last decade, but what does it actually means? And how do we actually innovate? Read more

Graham Robson

Strong string or smoke and mirrors…? Read more

Graham Robson

Does anyone ever wonder, or even cast a thought, about making a good job well done…right to the very end? I speak of silage bale wrapping, where, in my experience, all too often a quality job is put at risk because of a lack of fore-thought or after care in the long and expensive process of making valuable winter fodder. Read more

Ewald Werschmann

As with most things, technology brings benefits for the user. I can remember when netwrap replaced baler twine, and a roll of net was 3000m long; Now the leading producer has a net that is 4500m long, a full 50% more, the same weight and diameter as the old ‘original’…quite an achievement ! Read more

Graham Robson

For better or worse, I’ve been in the crop packaging industry for almost 40 years. Yes, involved with twine my entire adult life, what an admission ! However, in all of this time I have worked for manufacturers of the product, so have a good knowledge of what is what, unlike many folks who try to sell the stuff, judging by the stories I hear. Read more

Graham Robson

Last week I was called to inspect a problem with netwrap on a farm in the far east of Hungary. Now, many of you may be surprised at the relevance this might have to your own farming methods, but trust me, this situation is more common than you might imagine. Read more

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