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Record number of pest and disease enquiries

A record number of tree pests and diseases have been reported in the last year, according to a TreeAlert system operated by Forest Research.

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Woodland Trust to end plastic tree guard use

The Woodland Trust has pledged to end the use of new plastic tree shelters from its sites by the end of the year – and is encouraging others to follow suit.

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Scots pine seed harvested to meet planting targets

Seeds from thousands of Scots pines are being used by Forestry England to help meet government tree planting targets.

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Cost of rural crime falls but remains big problem

The cost of rural theft fell by 25.3% across the Midlands last year as the pandemic kept thieves out of the countryside.

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Knight Frank grows its Agri-Consultancy team and appoints new Consultant

Property consultancy Knight Frank has appointed Harry Huddart as Consultant within the firm’s prestigious Agri-Consultancy department.

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Take care during summer harvest, farmers urged

Farmers and contractors are being urged to take care this harvest after a year which has seen 34 workers killed on farms.

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Tenbury Wells farm joins ADHB Farm Excellence project

A Hertfordshire farm has been chosen from hundreds of applicants to become one of ADHB’s new Monitor Farms.

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Raising the bar in farm safety and security

This month is the peak of harvest for cereal growers. It is a hectic time, with crops, weather and yields at the fore-front of farmers’ minds.

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UK Dairy Day all set for welcome return to Telford

Next month’s UK Dairy Day will go ahead with additional Covid safety measures in place following the latest easing of coronavirus restrictions.

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Safety plea after 41 killed in farm accidents

A shocking rise in farm accidents has seen 41 people killed while working in agriculture during the past year.

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