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Soil and worm in hands. Photo: Andy Bason

Six Simple Steps to Regenerative Agriculture

This LEAF booklet based on the principles of Integrated Farm Management (IFM) highlights six simple steps to support the implementation of regenerative agricultural practices on farm.

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Mini-ridger in use in transplanted cabbages: Photo: Charles Merfield
A report on mini-ridgers - a highly effective weeding tool for controlling intrarow weeds through burial.
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James Butterworth is leading OGA's Organic Grower podcast
The Organic Grower Podcast is an OGA initiative which aims to be practical in focus, getting straight into the nitty-gritty of people’s growing practices and business operations.
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Bale grazing
Case study and video produced as part of the GREAT (Gloucestershire Regenerative Environment and Agriculture Transition) Project.
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False seedbed tiller hoes: Photo Charles Merfield
A practical guide for farmers and growers wanting to get ahead of weeds when establishing pasture, arable and horticultural crops.
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Richard and Sarah taking soil sample in diverse fodder crop. Photo: Innovative Farmers
The final report of an Innovative Farmers field lab in South West England (supported by FWAG) on diverse forage crops, which was formed due to concerns over damage that using winter brassica monocultures for grazing outwintering livestock can have on soil health, water and the wider environment.
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Filming at Waddesdon
Four short films focusing on promoting sustainable agricultural practices being used on the Waddesdon Estate and beyond.
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Taken by Tim Scrivener. Stephen Briggs, Whitehall Farm, Cambs
Footage of agroforestry pioneer Stephen Briggs imparting some of his learnings from a now well-established commercial agroforestry system.
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N fixing nodules Alnus glutinosa. Photo: Clo Ward
This Innovative Farmers webinar provides an update on research into perennial green manures and opportunities to get involved in a field lab.
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Bale grazing at Gowbarrow Hall Farm
Recording of an ORFC 2024 session where members of the Pasture for Life-led, five-year, Innovative Farmers field lab on bale grazing share their insights into their out-wintering strategies.
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Soil_hand
Session from 2024 Oxford Real Farming Conference featuring grower Iain Tolhurst (Tolly) and "biological nutrition" farmer Tim Parton discussing soil health at scale.
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Allerton radish cover crop with earthworm
GWCT briefing from Allerton Project research on measures that can reduce negative impacts on water quality and aquatic ecology, and potentially reducing flood risk.
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Carbon Calling
Footage of Stuart Johnson, 2023 ‘Soil Farmer of the Year’ and dairy farmer Bruce Thompson speaking at Carbon Calling 2023 about farming regeneratively, reducing inputs, keeping the farm business profitable, and all things dung beetle related!
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Crimson and persian clovers: Photo Phil Sumption
DiverIMPACTS case studies across Europe highlight why crop diversification strategies have been successful and what challenges needed to be overcome to achieve success.
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Recommendations from the SOLMACC project for implementing climate-friendly and resilient farming practices on-farm.
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Living-Mulches-Final-Report
The final report for Innovative Farmers field lab trials which aimed to determine the impacts of living mulches on cash crop yields and weed composition.
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Sustaining our soils: Photo Phil Sumption
Recording of an Organic Growers Alliance's Organic Matters 22 conference session exploring stockfree organic standards and carbon sequestration, mobile green manures, Organic-PLUS trials on fertility-building inputs, grower experiences, and featuring discussions on research priorities.
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Pasture-fed production: Photo Phil Sumption
The 'Sustainable Economic and Ecological Grazing Systems - Learning from Innovative Practitioners' (SEEGSLIP) project sought to evidence the practices of Pasture for Life (PFL) producers and farmer members using holistic, system-based approaches.
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Indian mustard
A DiverIMPACTS practice abstract exploring the practicalities of applying the technique of biofumigation to help with pest and weed control.
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FiBL booklet offering a view on soil fertility from different angles to stimulate new thinking about a sustainable relationship to the soil.
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Bee on phacelia
This publication from the Landworkers' Alliance highlights what pioneers of agroecology in the UK are doing to create a productive and sustainable agriculture.
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Groundswell - End of N panel
Footage of a discussion held at Groundswell 2022, organised by Agricology, about the impacts of reduced nitrogen use and ways in which farmers are moving away from high input systems.
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Taken by Ben Pearson. All Rights Reserved
Organic vegetable farmer Andy Dibben puts forward the case for allowing complex insect ecosystems to develop or be proactively encouraged on farms, describing ways in which this can be done, drawing on his own extensive knowledge and emphasising the many benefits that can be had.
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Buckwheat cover crop
Abstract created as part of the DiverIMPACTS project outlining some of the benefits that can be attained from establishing summer cover crops on sandy soils and giving useful practical recommendations.
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Mixed ley
Practice abstract created as part of the DiverIMPACTS project outlining some of the many advantages to more complex mixtures of leguminous leys and some of the challenges and key practical considerations.
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