Cambridge-based tractor GPS specialist LH Agro has made a selection of Topcon kit available to hire – a move it hopes will cut the capital cost of investing in a guidance system or crop canopy sensor for its customers. The company reckons many farmers could be overlapping or missing applications of seed, fertiliser and chemicals on more than 2% of their cropped land because of inaccurately measured tramlines. “Our figures show  a typical 200ha arable farm could be losing as […]
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