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Recent Blog Posts
Time for lime
Autumn is the perfect time for lime to capitalise on early spring growth on low pH soils. If ground conditions permit, taking action now to...blog
Plant teams in the field - Intercropping in practice in the UK and Sweden
Intercropping has been shown to be beneficial for pest, disease and weed management, preventing lodging, improving water quality, soil fertility and biodiversity as well as...blog
Blowing in the wind: forecasting pathogens to improve phoma and stem canker control
For those living in parts of the south and east of England, the switch from summer to autumn came very suddenly three weeks into September,...blog
Filling the Hungry Gap - Agricology Vlog
Dr Alastair Leake (Director of Policy & the Allerton Project for the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust) talks about why it's important to consider using...blog
Recent Sector News
Update on Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus ResearchGame & Wildlife Conservation Trust
This year will be the first that neonicotinoid seed dressings will no longer be routinely applied to cereal crops following their ban last year. This...
New natural pesticide alternative in developmentFarming UK
A natural, sustainable alternative to pesticides which targets specific pests without harming pollinators is currently in development.
Triodos Bank Calls for Overhaul of Food & Agriculture SystemTriodos Bank
Triodos Bank has launched a new vision paper on food and agriculture systems. The paper calls for a radical systemic transition from the current production-focused...
Soil Farmer of the Year AnnouncedFarm Carbon Cutting Toolkit
Julian Gold, an arable farmer from Oxfordshire has been announced as the winner of the 2019 Soil Farmer of the Year. The competition, now in...