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Fertilisers and Fertility

Welcome to our news page. Keep up with news from the farm, the latest developments in sustainability, and other relevant articles and pieces of information that we feel like throwing your way!

8th Dec 2016
Nitrate Vulnerable Zones (NVZs) are areas designated as being at risk from agricultural nitrate pollution. They include about 58% of land in England.
8th Dec 2016
Source: Defra 
8th Dec 2016
Fertilisers have boosted crop yields but at the same time can have negative effects on the environment.
24th Jun 2016
This article comes from the Practical Farm Ideas blog, written by Jason Allan and Mike Donovan, back in 2013.
31st May 2016
This information comes from a paper entitled “Spatially explicit estimates of N2O emissions from croplands suggest climate mitigation opportunities from improved fertiliser management” which has ju
17th Dec 2015
Where improved soil quality is concerned, not all organic matter is equal.
5th Oct 2015
So for the last blog of the month looking at Nitrous oxide here is a piece of research conducted by Theo Platts-Dunn at Lancaster University as part of a Masters programme.
14th Sep 2015
Spreading N-based fertilisers on grassland can increase greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) such as nitrous oxide (NO
5th Feb 2015
ADAS have brought together data on excess winter
23rd May 2014
So as the month of blogs looking at fertilisers and fertility draws to an end, it seemed like a good time to lo

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