30 July 2019
Agricology Field Day: Talking diverse pastures

Diverse pastures: win-win for livestock health, wildlife and your pocket!

14 August 2019
Agricology Field Day: IPM and biological control

. Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and Biological Control - Norfolk



28 June 2019
The Summer Bulletin No.128 is out!

Spring issue now available for free download

18 June 2019
Vikas Agrawal

Sad news of the loss of our Treasurer



21 March 2019
In adversity, what are farmers doing to be more resilient?

Opportunities, barriers and constraints in organic techniques helping to improve the sustainability of conventional farming

Organic farming conversion scheme opening in Wales

Category: News
14 September 2009

Rural Affairs Minister, Elin Jones, explained that she has taken this action in order to provide and ongoing support for organic farming whilst ensuring a smooth transition into Glastir, the new land management scheme for Wales. She added that the scheme is in line with the aims of the Second Organic Action Plan for Wales to support the sustainable development of the organic markets. Furthermore the Welsh Assembly will give priority to those applications that will provide the highest gains in terms of biodiversity, following the CAP Health check agenda. Funding for this round is limited to 700,000, so it is important that applications are submitted as soon as possible. For the full article please click here.

Keywords: Welsh Wales Organic Conversion

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