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Four Seasons of Farming Parts 1 & 2 (DVD) £33.90 £29.95

Chris Lockwood

Format:
PAL
Region:
2
Duration:
3 hours
RRP:
£33.90

First Pasture Price:  £29.95         

Status: In Stock

This four-part DVD documentary series looks in-depth at the farming year on an East Anglian arable farm, Clopton Green, with particular attention to crops and agronomy as well as machinery and other aspects of modern farming.  Structured in seasonal order, this series encompasses everything from cultivation through to maintenance work.  The series is partly presented by the farm manager, Steven Offord, who explains his decisions and the reasoning behind them.

Crops grown on the farm include wheat, spring barley, oilseed rape, sugar beet and spring beans.  Crop walks within the programmes keep the viewer up to date with progress throughout the year.  A wide range of machinery are also featured in this DVD set including Challenger, Massey Ferguson, Fendt and John Deere, with all the action captured comprehensively using unique camera angles.

Part One deals with spring cultivations and the drilling of barley, beans and sugar beet.  Various applications are used including fertilisers and fungicides.

Part Two continues with fertiliser applications and spraying as well as covering ancillary activities.  Harvest starts with the oilseed rape and work begins to prepare the land for the next crop.

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 22 June, 2016.
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