Arable April has kicked off around the country, and this year, the Irish Farmers Journal have teamed up with Irish Grain Growers and Seedtech to bring you a photo competition.
The theme of the photo competition is sustainability. Make sure to upload your photos with a good caption to let us know what you are doing.
Arable April around the country
Padraig Hogan preparing ground in Myshall, Co Carlow, for the sowing of spring barley. \ Keith Hogan
John McGrath planting RGT Planet spring barley at 175kg/ha with a new Lemken Solitair 8 drill, overlooking the cliff walk in Ballycotton, Co Cork. \Dave Leahy
Mick Murphy sent us in this photo of Laureate spring barley being sowed in Co Wexford.
Robert Auchmuty direct drilling beans with a John Deere 750A at Carranure, Co Roscommon. \Errol Auchmuty
A John Deere 750A drill on demo from TFM Enniscorthy, drilling SY Errigal spring barley in Co Wexford. \Tommy Kehoe
Grahame Sutton sent us this photo of a 30t seed and fertiliser chaser bin keeping two Case tractors with Vaderstaad 600c drills in Co Wexford.
Laois tillage farmer Bobby Miller sent us this photo of husky oats being sowed and rolled in ideal conditions.
Winston Ashmore sowing planet spring barley at Ballyboy, Ferns, Co Wexford.
Win a Sencrop Raincrop connected rain gauge
You can send your pictures via www.ifj.ie/arableapril and this will also allow you to enter the photo competition, where you could win a Sencrop Raincrop connected rain gauge, as well as a year’s subscription to Sencrop’s mobile application.
Submit your photo
Arable April to showcase the best of the tillage industry