Fieldwise Newsletter Archive
View the Early March Fieldwise for early disease control strategies to maintain yield potential in winter wheat. Plus optimising spring fertiliser, looking at Sugar Beet virus yellows, Environmental Scheme opportunities, and why a new contract moved to precision farming…
View the February Fieldwise for an introduction to Hutchinsons Environmental services. Plus the fundamentals of success for spring cultivations and cropping, starter fertiliser benefits for maize under film, results from the YEN awards, and the launch of Oxbury Bank…
View the December Fieldwise for a detailed overview of the groundbreaking research discussed at Helix Live virtual seminars in November. Plus cover cropping lessons, and spring cropping and seed options for 2021…
View the October Fieldwise for an update on Helix East, the first Helix Farm regional centre. Plus the good and bad of direct drilling, optimising seed rates for maximum yield, and celebrating the Hutchinsons Foundation ten years from its establishment…
View the September Fieldwise for a look at the implications of controlling BYDV without Deter seed treatment, finding out how well your farm is performing, insights from the host farmer of Helix East, early Autumn nutrition and early sowing considerations for weed control…
View the August Fieldwise for details on the main aims and progress so far of Helix, monitoring to manage crop nutrition, to drill or not to drill oilseed rape, providing answers to crop production challenges with TerraMap and FieldWise Live updates…
View the July Fieldwise for details on planning rotations for farm profitability, soils & black-grass, building the foundations for higher yields, wheat and barley choices for 2021 and the future of precision…
The Helix Project
Helix is a farm-based research project investigating how new technologies and knowledge can be linked to enable agronomists to deliver the future of agronomic advice.
Bringing together all the most innovative techniques and technologies in agriculture into one central location, and testing them all at farm-scale, learn more about Helix here
Hutchinsons horticultural team continue to think ahead and outside the normal realms of agronomic advice, by initiating and investing in a ground breaking 10 year project in top fruit, called HELIOS (Hutchinsons Enhanced Light Interception Orchard System).
Learn more about the HELIOS project here
Hutchinsons Fieldwise Pro App
Together with the Fieldwise Newsletter, this is another way in which we can support busy growers with easily accessible, timely information and practical farming solutions.
The app is available as a FREE download for iPhone and Android, with a quick registration page for you to access the new ‘spraying forecast’ feature and enable you to pick up your local weather information.
Five Day Spraying Weather Forecast for your location - Now Available!
Available for free, check out our innovative Spraying Forecast feature.
This uses current Met Office weather data to guide you through the next 5 days, using a simple traffic light display to give a quick and easy indication of likely suitability and timing for spraying operations.
Spraying Forecast Location Selector
Spraying Forecast Mobile App
Our comprehensive portfolio of both technically and commercially viable varieties for autumn 2020 and beyond.
Includes seed rate charts and variety notes on oilseed rape, wheat, winter barley, rye & triticale, winter oat and winter bean.
Our maize portfolio is selected from material produced by top breeders for their consistency, yield, quality and agronomics.
Varieties are grouped by maturity class.
The species are selected for their reliability and ability to deliver key agronomic advantages.
For 2021 new specialist mixes have been added alongside our existing range – offering something for everyone.
We can also tailor a solution to meet specific needs.
Also find details on our AmenityWise and ForageWise mixtures and varieties.
Find details on our agricultural grass seed mixes and varieties as well as detailed information on which situations they are best suited to.
Most Recent Video
Dick Neale (Hutchinsons Technical Manager) is in Lincolnshire outlining the overall aims of this video series and looking at conditions in the field.
Watch to learn more about assessing your soil's structure to make more informed management decisions and how you can build resilience in your soils.