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  • Storing Agricultural Wastewater Safely – Enduramaxx Storage Tanks

    Farming is often classed as a somewhat ‘thirsty’ industry sector, from livestock to dairy processing, cereal stocks to fruit and plant production, water is used throughout numerous stages of production. Of course, wastewater is invariably produced; something that needs strict management, storage and processing, especially with updates in May this year to the government’s policy ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • Agricultural wastewater – cone bottom tanks for wastewater settlement

    Whatever area of farming you operate in, you clean, clean and clean again and if there’s one commodity in short supply and that needs managing correctly, its water and the litres and litres of wastewater you produce need storing and processing responsibly. As well as storing wastewater safely and securely, Enduramaxx cone bottom tanks allow for the settlement and subsequent drainage of ...


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  • Pesticide Storage Tanks and how Anglian Water is reducing metaldahyde entering water supplies

    Slugs are of course a huge problem across farming and metaldahyde is used extensively to combat them each year. Although harmless to humans, the chemical is extremely difficult to remove from water treatment works and meeting the tough EU targets on its control is a challenge. Even the equivalent of one drop in an Olympic-sized swimming pool would go against EU regulations. ...


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  • How Next Government Can Boost Farming – Vertical Storage Tanks and More

    According to Farming UK this week, The Crop Protection Association (CPA) is discussing how the next UK government can boost its agricultural production at its Annual Conference on the 15th May. With just one year to go before the next general election, representatives from all three major parties will outline policies and approaches that they believe the next government should take to support ...


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  • Rainwater Tanks & Vertical Storage Tanks – Helping Dairy Farmers Reduce Energy Bills

    Farmers Guardian highlights some of the top tips to help dairy farmers reduce their energy bills.  Here’s a run-down of the pick of the bunch: Milk Cooling – Because the milk cooling process is responsible for about 33 per cent of energy consumed on dairy farms, the first thing to consider is the efficiency of the plate cooler and what reduction in milk temperature ...


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  • Nitrates Directive Plan 2015-2018 – Horizontal and Vertical Storage Tanks Keep Chemicals Safe

    The UK farming Nitrates Directive plan for 2015-2018 was announced this week, as reported by Farming Life.  Environment Minister Mark Durkan and Agriculture Minister Michelle O’Neill announced details of the Nitrates Directive Action Programme for the next four years, something that will come into effect from January 1st 2015. A summary leaflet on the Nitrates Action Programmes for ...


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  • NFU Scotland and Agricultural Industries Confederation Engage Government – Liquid Fertiliser Tanks Lowering Bills

    NFU Scotland has recently stated that many farmers will be unable to pay their bills in December if subsidy support payments are late. They have also made aware of the situation, Agricultural Industries Confederation (AIC) Scotland, the membership body for companies supplying animal feed, plant protection products and fertiliser. According to Scottish Tenant Farmers Association chairman, ...


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  • A Successful LAMMA 2015 – Rainwater Tanks and Liquid Fertiliser Tanks

    Enduramaxx recently enjoyed another LAMMA event, being The Lincolnshire Agricultural Machinery Manufacturers Association annual show. LAMMA is the UK’s leading farm machinery equipment and services show, attracting thousands of professionals and enthusiasts to the East of England Showground, Peterborough, over 20th and 21st of January. The free to attend event welcomed some 20,000 attendees ...


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  • Africa and India cultivate agricultural research ties

    Africa and India are gearing up to further enhance cooperation in agricultural science, technology and innovation, and move beyond dialogue to a range of practical options from a virtual biotech platform to ...


    By SciDev.Net

  • Soil Quality Discussed at IAgrE Annual Conference – Rainwater Tanks Could Help Farming Water Management

    With 2015 being the International year of soils, the importance of the quality of the UK’s soils should become a hot topic for all those working in farming.  This year’s Agricultural Engineers annual conference takes place at Newcastle University on Wednesday 20th May and will focus on new tools for water management and how engineering can develop and support their adoption. ...


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  • New Enduramaxx Cone Bottom Tank Range – The Benefits Of Conical Tanks For Farming Applications

    As autumn approaches, a lot of focus falls onto the various requirements for Cone Bottom Tanks, or conical tanks. Featuring varying degree conical bottoms, cone tanks are suited for the storage of any liquid that produces sediment and that needs draining. As we launch our new range of cone bottom tanks, we thought we’d go through some of the many features, benefits and uses of conical tanks ...


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  • Further Greening Information For Scots – Dedicated Liquid Fertiliser Tanks

    At last, Farming Minister Richard Lochhead has clarified long awaited greening regulations for Scottish farmers for the new Common Agricultural Policy, according to Aberdeen Journals. For farmers choosing the fallow option as part of their Environmental Focus Area obligation, the regulations state that fallow must include the period between 15 January and 15 July. The regulations include ...


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  • Plan Ahead For the Beet Harvest – Get Your Molasses Tanks in Place

    Although the UK’s farmers will not be harvesting their beet crops until around December onwards, it’s time to start planning ahead when it comes to storing molasses, a by-product of this harvest. Proven time and time again to be one of the best bases for a multitude of animal feeds, molasses should be stored correctly in order for the consistency and nutritional content to be ...


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  • Water concerns in farming back in the news

    Tighter water abstraction rules once again threaten to have an affect on UK food production growers have been warned, according to Farmers Weekly. Time-limited water abstraction licenses, which are due to expire this year, are being assessed by the Environment Agency to ensure that they comply with the EU Water Framework Directive. License conditions may change if they are deemed to be a risk to ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

  • Think about the water you drink says WCP

    The Water Catchment Partnership (WCP) is requesting that all take extra special care when disposing of chemicals and pesticides this summer, in order to help improve water quality. This advice comes as the WCP discloses that almost 50 per cent of spills occur when filling or washing out of sprayers and containers, according to Farming Life. A single drop of pesticide entering a river can cause ...


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  • Agri-Tech Week – Precision Inputs of Fertiliser and Water Explored

    With British farming contributing £103 billion to the UK economy each year and providing over 3.8 million jobs, pioneering agricultural innovation organisation, Agri-Tech East hosts Agri-Tech Week this week which looks at ways in which the UK can reap rich harvest from agricultural innovation. The week began at Rothamsted Research with an introduction to the new AgriMetrics Centre, which ...


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  • Internet of Things – Improving Animal Welfare and Reducing Use of Water

    It’s been a buzz word for some time now; the internet of things (IoT), which sees the adoption of technologies including sensor-controlled rooms for growing lettuces, cows connected to the internet to improve milk, and even bees receiving a boost from automated heaters. A report by Beecham Research, as detailed in The Guardian, examines how the use of IoT has real potential to cut costs and ...


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  • Grant Deadline and a Farm-in-a-Box

    With water shortages in farming across the globe a real issue, a US company called Farm Freight has launched ‘Farm-in-a-box’. It’s a freight-truck-sized container with all of the necessary equipment and storage required to grow produce. The theory behind demand for such a product relates to climate change and the strains on water and food supplies throughout ...


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  • UK Farming Sector Enjoying Five Year Investment High

    As detailed by Western Morning News, head of the Agricultural Mortgage Corporation (AMC), Jonathan Allright, has expressed how, despite expectations that many businesses would rein in spending plans as a result of reduced farming incomes and increased outgoings, AMC has seen its busiest year in five years. With the Governor of the Bank of England predicting that the Bank rate will rise towards ...


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  • Precision Fertiliser Project Underway

    Always a good source of farming related news and information, The Western Morning News reveals how a consortium of British businesses led by GrowHow UK has won funding to support the development of an automated system for the precision application of nitrogen fertiliser and plant growth regulators. The £1 million kitty required to develop the precision technology is funded through ...


    By ENDURAMAXX

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