16 Mar 2021
Download presentations and source materials from our March webinar for farmers in the Nene & Welland Catchments, including findings and discussion from local agricultural field trials.
In the second of our series of monthly digital webinars for 2021, supported by our incredible partners at the Water Environment Grant, attendees logged in to learn and discuss the latest findings from local agricultural field trials in the Nene and Welland Catchments. These included cover crop performance, soil health, farming and ammonia, and more.
We are delighted once again to make the presentations and source materials kindly created by our speakers available to download for those who were unable to attend, or any attendees who would like to recap and keep a copy for reference.
Cover crops on clay soils – results of two experiments.
Prof. Chris Stoate of the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust and Head of Research at the Allerton Project.
Soil health, improvement and striking a balance
Anna Becvar, Earthcare Technical Ltd
All source materials from Neil Fuller's insightful session can be browsed by visiting www.soilguide.co.uk
Special thanks to all of our fantastic speakers and to everyone who attended, engaged, and took part in discussions.
There is still time to register to attend our next digital session:
Monday 19th April 2021 | 2pm - Farming Carbon Webinar:
An insightful session covering farm scale carbon accounting, soil biology, and greenhouse gas emissions.