The IPM-Net Knowledge Exchange Network recently held a kick-off meeting at Nottingham Trent University Brackenhurst Campus. The IPM NET Kick-off brought together a mixture of farmers, advisors,…
Produced as part of the BEESPOKE Project, aimed at increasing levels of pollinators at local and landscape scales.
Project objectives To quantify the impact of contrasting cover crop mixes and destruction techniques on over winter nitrate leaching, soil nitrogen supply (and hence crop nitrogen fertiliser…
The introduction of natural enemies (biological controls) has become a common method for dealing with certain pests.
Protein-rich peas and beans are replacing concentrates in the winter ration of sheep and cattle at a Radnorshire farm.
Docks are perennial weeds that compete with forages of nutritional importance for livestock production.
Root crops present a particular challenge to farmers who are trying to adopt regenerative practices.
In a recent RASE Farm of the Future webinar, three farmers shared their experiences of putting regenerative farming theory into practice.
Several diseases affect oilseed rape. However, it is possible to suppress the risk of economic damage by combining non-chemical and chemical approaches.
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) is a holistic whole-farm approach to help mitigate the likelihood of pest, weed and disease pressure in a farming system. (Agricology)