As a farm’s environmental credentials become as important as the food it produces, an independent tech new entrant is seeking a solution for farmers to quantify and demonstrate their efforts in promoting natural capital. Alice Dyer reports.
After a bumper year for wild oats, Alice Dyer finds out why their control is getting harder.
In the final feature in our series on regenerative agriculture, Alice Dyer finds out what stock can bring to arable systems.
New carbon dioxide technology could give anaerobic digestion (AD) plants a fresh lease of life. Cedric Porter reports.
As featured in Arable Farming Magazine Ditching the plough for the good of our soils by Arable Farming In the third article in Arable Farming’s series on regenerative agriculture, Alice Dyer explores the impact tillage systems are having on soil biology and structure. Cutting out soil [...]