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Reduced tillage project needs you!

Category: News
16 February 2012

As part of the new TILMAN-ORG project investigating reduced tillage on organic farms across Europe, the Organic Research Centre and The University of Newcastle are asking organic farmers and growers to fill in a short questionnaire (.doc 250KB) about their experiences of using reduced tillage and/or green manures.

The results will help us to direct our research questions and will be integral to the projectís success.

Please download the one page word document, and once completed please return the survey by email or post to:

Kate Gascoyne, Nafferton Ecological Farming Group, School of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, Newcastle University, Nafferton Farm, Stocksfield, NE43 7XD


kategascoyne @btinternet.com

Keywords: reduced tillage green manures participatory research questionnaire survey

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