Field drainage is once again becoming an issue of interest to farmers, with most existing systems being over 50 years old. Some work perfectly, but others have fallen into disrepair leading to reductions in crop yields and water logging. With farm margins under pressure many are considering improving drainage to recover some of their lost yield.
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Alistair Maltby talks fisheries and EU legislation with Tom Heap on Countryfile http://bbc.in/1UllPTE (start at 29:40) @theriverstrust @BBCcountryfile
Essex Flooding grant scheme opens for second year
Here’s a clear example of what can happen when it rains hard over vulnerable soils. This is a lose-lose situation with valuable soil and nutrients leaving the farm, ending up in […]
A student (Megan Pearson) at Harper Adams University has produced a survey – take 5 minutes to fill it in! https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/7VQSZBG
2015 RBMP Published
Our work is full of jargon and it’s all too easy to give complicated and lengthy explanations. Here’s a great short video explaining what ‘Payments for Ecosystem Services’ actually means, […]
Check out this short video explaining what the term ‘ecosystem services’ means and how it has enabled the people of New York to get fresh water. This approach shares a […]