Herbal Leys – Agricology Vlog August 2019

In this short video, Ian Wilkinson (Farm Manager of Honeydale Farm & MD of Cotswold Seeds & FarmED) discusses why they chose deep rooting herbal leys to enhance soil fertility on their farm.

Also see ‘Mob Grazing Herbal Leys – Agricology Vlog September 2019‘, a follow up vlog where Ian discusses why they chose to mob graze sheep on herbal leys inbetween planting cash crops…

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