Food & Environment via IPM Hub

Setting the balance between profitable food production, responsible input use, enhancing soils, and the wider environment will differ on every farm. What should the first steps be? Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is not new, but taking a fresh look at adopting the principles on farm as part of continued development to ensure the farm stays profitable and in business for the long term while benefitting from reduced costs, stable yields, and environmental payments makes sense whatever way you look at it.

Here at the AHDB, we have various tools, independent research-based information, and services to guide an arable grower to the best decision for the farm and crop. From the most appropriate variety, crop nutrition plan, fungicide program and weed control strategy. All of which, of course, are interlinked like never before.

If you are looking to reduce soil movement, review the return on inputs, get more from your varieties and markets available, then call into the AHDB stand and talk to specialists for more information.

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