Good soil health and structure are the basis for any successful crop. Get it
right, and you will benefit from high yields and better returns but get it wrong,
and it could mean a failed crop.
Scientists, breeders, farmers and conservation groups must continue to work in
close collaboration to prepare for the potential re-emergence of a forgotten
crop pathogen, a new study advises.
Ahead of the meeting on 9 November considering the
relicensing of glyphosate for a five-year period, Strutt & Parker
gives us their comments.
The Higher Education Funding Council for England has announced funding for the
creation of a new Cambridge Centre for Crop Science, developed by the University
of Cambridge in collaboration with NIAB.