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Following concerns over health and safety, most farms are expected to undertake their own grain sampling this season. Alice Dyer finds out how to obtain an accurate sample that will aid the best marketing decisions.
A consortium of farmers, academics, technology businesses and NGOs led by Farming and Wildlife Advisory Group South-West (FWAG) has been awarded a grant under the Environment Agency’s Investment Readiness Fund to develop and
With the Government’s decision on post-Brexit gene editing (GE) regulation due to be announced any day now, Prof Wendy Harwood of the John Innes Centre (JIC) outlined some of the opportunities the technology could bring.
Bayer has announced the European launch of its global Carbon Initiative. Five farmers from the UK and more than 20 others from across Europe will be working with Bayer to investigate how to decarbonise the food value chain.
Stewardship guidelines aimed at protecting workers hand-pulling bolters and weed beet from sugar beet crops were introduced by Bayer in 2018 with the intention of promoting product stewardship and operator safety.