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Practical sustainable farming regardless of labels.
Recent Blog Posts
Harvesting combine data to tackle field-edge yield declines
Have you ever wondered what the true benefit of hedgerows, tree lines or flower rich margins are on your crop yield? As part of the...blog
The Future of Food - In Conversation with Henry Dimbleby
As part of #OrganicSeptember campaign, Daylesford Organic have been running a ‘Future of Food’ series, featuring interviews with thought leaders in the food, ecology and...blog
Bringing the buzz to the Fowey Valley: Mixing bumblebees and sustainable farming
Can you make land both a productive farm and also good for bumblebees? This is a question that has been occupying the minds of the...blog
Soil cultivations: ploughing, non-inversion tillage and soil quality
Ploughing has received bad press in some organic farming circles due to the higher fuel requirements and the fact that it buries soil organisms and...blog
Recent Sector News
RABI extends support for farmers with new wellbeing initiative
RABI extends support for farmers with new wellbeing initiative Charity’s evolving strategy aims to reach more farming people With 2020 bringing ever greater levels of...
New film championing organic – coming soon!
January 21st 2021 will see the release of an explosive new film which exposes how we must urgently change the ways that we farm and...
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360 Scientists Call for a Transition to Agroecology
Over 360 scientists from 42 countries—led by the University of Göttingen and Westlake University China—call for transition of food production systems to agroecological principles.