5 June 2019
Integrating Farming and Forestry

Farm Woodland Forum annual meeting

2 July 2019
Trees and Livestock - Buckinghamshire

Agroforestry Innovation Network Meeting



16 May 2019
Organic farming statistics 2018

Defra releases estimates of the land area farmed organically, crop areas, livestock numbers and numbers of organic producers and processors in the UK

10 May 2019
Agroecological transitions

Five case studies of farmers' experiences published



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

How do we manage soil?

Category: News
17 August 2015

Managing soil is crucial. To help develop this innovative knowledge exchange project, we need your input.

Improving the health of soils is fundamental to the agronomic and financial sustainability of horticultural businesses. This AHDB Horticulture-funded project Growing Resilient Efficient And Thriving Soils (GREATsoils) aims to review and compare current approaches, inspire and support growers to develop the ability and confidence to assess the health of their soils and take practical action to improve their soil management strategies.

To improve soil health, fertility and function, we need clear methods and criteria to allow simple, quick assessment and measurement. In order to develop these novel approaches, itís important to analyse how industry currently manages soil. This GREATsoils survey will help us understand current experiences, approaches and opinions.

We would be very grateful if you would spare a few minutes of your time to take this short survey by following the link below.

www.surveymonkey.com/s/H3NV5BQ - please submit by 31 August 2015.

Keywords: soil fertility health horticulture

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