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ADAS researchers co-author paper in Nature Food promising to transform global agriculture

Productive relationships between farmers and scientists are crucial to solving the urgent challenges facing agriculture such as food security and net zero, according to an international team of researchers which includes ADAS crop physiologists and inventors of the Yield Enhancement Network, Prof Roger Sylvester-Bradley & Dr Daniel Kindred.

New guide to help farmers assessing soil carbon

A new practical guide to assessing soil carbon promises to answer farmers’ key questions at a time when many are looking to understand their soil health.

Seven steps to generating income from your natural capital

Carbon credits and biodiversity tokens provide farmers with potentially significant new income streams, but how do they work? Louisa Knocker, senior manager at Trinity Natural Capital Markets, explains.

New low disturbance equipment

Weaving’s focus on farmland equipment that can help promote regenerative farming at an accessible price range.

Green farming solutions on show

Environmental issues have never been more prominent in the news and people’s minds. As farming practices continue to be questioned, this year’s Midlands Machinery Show highlighted the different ways farming can adapt – whether through processes or new machinery.

World-leading Environment Act becomes law

News from the Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs (Defra) that legislation that will protect and enhance our environment for future generations has now passed into UK law.

Fischer Farms announces plans for world’s largest vertical farm in Norfolk

A vision to feed Britain in a more resilient and sustainable way lies behind multimillion-pound plans to create the world’s largest vertical farm, which has been launched by green energy expert and Fischer Farms CEO, Tristan Fischer.

COP26: Farming groups react to methane slash pledge

The EU and US announced a global partnership to cut methane emissions by 2030.

British farmers mark step forward in climate action ahead of COP26

Farmers across the country are demonstrating their progress and commitment towards a net zero future for British food production and how they are playing their part in climate mitigation worldwide.

New report showcases British farmers climate action ahead of COP26

Farmers across the country are demonstrating their progress and commitment towards a net zero future for British food production and how they are playing their part in climate mitigation worldwide.

Animal activists scale Defra building in protest against meat industry

The animal rights and climate activists are planning an extended stand-off with the police, intending to stay on the building until the government agrees to their demands of defunding the meat industry.

Power Purchase Agreements for diversifying into power generation

If you’re a farmer who produces more energy than you use, you’ll have the opportunity to sell your excess power back to the grid as a source of revenue. A Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) could help you achieve best value by agreeing to sell to a third party, often at a fixed price and for a set period.

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