A remarkable project to restore lapwing to an English valley has shown that, given the right funding, advice and encouragement, and by working together, farmers can boost biodiversity in the UK’s countryside.
Despite their vast potential to help improve global food security while reducing pesticide use, many countries are extremely resistant to planting genetically modified crops.
landowners looking at alternative ways of generating income are being advised
to sign up to a new government tree planting scheme by a rural expert at a
leading property consultancy.
In order to treat the livestock manure to enable the utilization of the associated
nutrient surpluses, GEA has developed an application-specific GEA Manure Decanter.
The new simplified wildlife offers under Countryside Stewardship give farmers
an opportunity to sign up to a less complicated form of the scheme, but land
managers should still consider whether a full Mid-Tier agreement would be more