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Word ‘milk’ banned for use in branding of plant-based products

Word ‘milk’ banned for use in branding of plant-based products

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CropTec 2019: Rooting for success

CropTec 2019: Rooting for success

'Miscanthus not only helps to stabilise land, it also feeds depleted soils'

'Miscanthus not only helps to stabilise land, it also feeds depleted soils'

Forgotten disease can cut cereal yields by 30 per cent

Forgotten disease can cut cereal yields by 30 per cent

Acidic soils could be affecting production on many Scottish farms

Acidic soils could be affecting production on many Scottish farms

Crackdown on biostimulant regulations welcomed

Crackdown on biostimulant regulations welcomed

Groundswell Conference 2019: Developing practical solutions to eliminate pests

Groundswell Conference 2019: Developing practical solutions to eliminate pests

No-till fits the bill at Groundswell

No-till fits the bill at Groundswell

Cereals 2019: Arable farmers look to pigs and poultry

Cereals 2019: Arable farmers look to pigs and poultry

Cereals 2019: Flexible tillage tackle a prominent feature of the show

Cereals 2019: Flexible tillage tackle a prominent feature of the show

Housebuilding and urbanisation key threat to soil health, says Environment Agency

Housebuilding and urbanisation key threat to soil health, says Environment Agency

Not all weeds are equal: Wildlife refuges need careful placement

Not all weeds are equal: Wildlife refuges need careful placement

Organic trials to save flower from extinction

Organic trials to save flower from extinction

Cereals Preview: Big soil sampling success

Cereals Preview: Big soil sampling success

Cereals Preview: Deeper focus on soil health with conservation theatre

Cereals Preview: Deeper focus on soil health with conservation theatre

Last chance to seek financial support for organic conversion

Last chance to seek financial support for organic conversion

Government report says farmers should be paid to improve soil health

Government report says farmers should be paid to improve soil health

Changes to regulation could see removal of abstraction licences without compensation

Changes to regulation could see removal of abstraction licences without compensation

Water restrictions already in place in parts of the UK after dry winter

Water restrictions already in place in parts of the UK after dry winter

Anger over Government refusal to pay farmers to improve soil health post-Brexit

Anger over Government refusal to pay farmers to improve soil health post-Brexit

Direct drilled sugar beet trials begin in Lincolnshire as UK weather settles

Direct drilled sugar beet trials begin in Lincolnshire as UK weather settles

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