2016 March

How can innovative techniques and new technology help to defend crops against new varieties of disease?

FIELD PATHOGENOMICS A DEFENCE AGAINST RUST AND OTHER “CEREAL KILLERS” Leading scientists discuss rust prediction and prevention at Agri-Tech East event With the announcement that ‘Kranich’ yellow rust race has been detected in the UK for the first time, together with an increase in fungal infection among previously resistant varieties, a new approach to disease […]

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Advances in growing brings salad to London tunnels

The Agri-Tech East ‘Undercover Agents – New Technologies for Controlled Environment Production’ Pollinator event on 22 March 2016 at the Sainsbury Laboratory will include a discussion about this venture, together with talks on other exciting alternate growing and production techniques, including the use of LEDs and soilless growing towers. Sitting thirty-three meters underneath the busy […]

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Lambing Sunday – 13th March – Cancelled

Due to heavy rain and water logged fields Lambing Sunday on the 13th March at Manor Farm, Moreborn is cancelled. We would like to apologise for any inconvenience, but this is out of our control.

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