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The Farming Innovation Programme is part of Defra’s investment in innovation, research and development. Defra is partnering with UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) on the programme.
We help farmers improve their soil health by enabling them to benchmark their existing soil data.
DEFRA funding in partnership with Innovate UK, which is looking to support farmers, growers, and foresters who have a bold, ambitious idea.
The initial Farm-PEP project funded under the Innovate UK competition 'UKRI Ideas to address Covid-19'. ADAS led consortium to assess the impact of Covid-19 on knowledge exchange in agriculture, and to develop the Farm-PEP web solution at www.farmpep.net. The initial Farm-PEP project began in January 2021 and ran to February 2022.
Funding available for research and knowledge exchange in the UK comes from a mix of public, industry and charitable sources
The ideas behind Farm-PEP came together in ~2018, drawing from the developments of Agronomics, the YENs, AHDB's Monitor Farm programme and the idea of a 'What Works' Centre for Agriculture.
Our Vision: A sustainable and resilient agrifood sector, powered by data Our Mission: To transform the agrifood sector through a thriving Data Marketplace, where data can be easily shared, monetised, and accessed
We create diverse connections to drive positive change.
Projects funded in the first rounds of the Defra Farming Innovation Pathway have been announced b
George Eustice has announced that there willl be £12.5M made available for research and developme
A roadmap for the future of the alternative protein sector in the UK.
Pioneering innovation, technology and precision engineering for UK farming.
The Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs.
Join renowned UK farmers, tech developers, and agri-tech sector representatives for a day of on-farm discussions, networking, and demonstrations at the innovative Shimpling Park Farm in Suffolk for Agri-EPI's Annual Conference 2022 on 27th October.
Farmers, growers, innovators and stakeholders coming together to maximise the potential of Agri-tech. In person event at NIAB, Histon, Cambridge on 1 December
Innovate UK and BBSRC announce new £16 million competition to drive forward novel, resource efficient, low-emission food production systems.
Agri-tech businesses, farmers, growers and researchers can now apply for a share of £12.5m for developing cutting-edge innovation in automation and robotics.
For a chance to win a free ticket to Groundswell 2023, please fill out the full survey here:
Innovation in agriculture refers to the development and implementation of new ideas, technologies, and practices in the agricultural sector.
The Oat Growth Guide outlines growth and development benchmarks for spring and winter oats crops.
In 2023, more than £168m of funding will be available through a variety of grants. This page links to a roundup of all the grants on offer in 2023.