Did you know?  1 teaspoon of soil contains more living organisms than there are people on the earth over 10000 […]
Reduced height, or semi-dwarf, wheat varieties with improved drought resilience may soon be grown in fields across the globe following […]
The value of long-running research into soil improvement has been highlighted at industry conferences.  Findings from the Traffic and Tillage […]
With spiralling input costs threatening the bottom line of businesses up and down the country, the team at Farming For […]
Sarah Radcliffe of H&H Land & Estates highlights why you don’t have to give up farming to create permanent woodland […]
Work recently carried out by SAC Consulting, part of Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC), has identified key actions farmers can take […]
7th December at Harper Adams University and online Click here to book We are pleased to confirm the first five speakers […]
For Agrii agronomist John Vickery the first question to consider before moving to a new system is to define your […]
There are signs that the maize area in northwest England could be on the rise this spring as growers seek […]
As part of a wider study at a number of sites in the UK and over several years, the effects […]