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Crops films

When it comes to arable crops, there are plenty of things we can do to illustrate the Magic of Farming. One of the most important things is to make sure you get your visitors doing things.

Farming is Magic with Beneficial Insects

It’s a farming fact that a crop will come under attack from pests. That’s why it’s important to share why and how farmers protect their crops from damage. Farmer Joe Rolfe, General Manager for Taylorgrown vegetable producers, loves to show how he uses beneficial insects to fight off his insect enemies.

world map helps explain the grain trade

Where does my grain go?

Grain goes on amazing journey from field to end user. In this film Norfolk Farm Manager David Jones shows how he explains every step in the journey his grain makes.

How insect workers help

In amongst the rows of tall tomato plants at Cornerways Nursery there are thousands of bumble bees hard at work. Matt Ware loves to explain how all these bumble bees are essential in producing 180 million tomatoes a year. He takes visitors between the rows of tomato plants to see where his insect workers live […]

Harvesting Interest

In Germany, Michael Zapf makes the most of the attraction of his asparagus harvest to show and share how he grows this fascinating crop. A network of cycle ways through his fields encourages local people to take to their bikes to see the work in the fields.

Andrew Francis Elveden Farms

Wise Water Use – Explaining irrigation

Water is precious. So when people see water being given to crops they may wonder whether the farmer is using the water wisely. Andrew Francis, from Elveden Farms, believes it is very important to show why and how he uses water very, very carefully on his crops.

Wheat is wonderful

Making a large field of one crop interesting is easier than you think. David Jones has a whole range of props hidden in one of his fields ready to amaze his visitors with the wonder of wheat.

Oilseed rape – making it shine

Get visitors up close to oilseed rape to see and feel the crop’s characteristics. A marvellous mini field shows magic numbers of seeds sown and harvested from every square metre.