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On-farm emissions reduced by proactive slurry management

Better slurry management is vital for UK agriculture to achieve its goal of reaching Net Zero carbon emissions by 2040, say experts.

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These latest findings complement previous work showing how microbial action influences soil structure – helping Rothamsted scientists develop an overarching Theory of Soil.

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Scientists finally unearth why soil carbon is so valuable

A radical new way of thinking has solved the mystery of why adding manure to soil improves crop yields – and offers other benefits too.

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Grant scheme helps farmers protect water quality

A match-funded £5,000 grant scheme from water company Severn Trent is helping three farmers protect and enhance the environment.

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German machinery manufacterer Fliegl has launched a new chain manure spreader aimed at larger farmers and contractors.

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Hose pincher helps prevent slurry spills

Tramspread has released two new slurry hose pinchers to help reduce the risk of slurry spillages when breaking couplings or repairing hoses on the job.

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How insect manure could help grow crops

Insect waste could be used as a crop fertiliser, say researchers working on a major government-funded project.

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Robust response pledged to fertiliser ban plan

Government plans to ban solid urea fertiliser would push up farm input costs, say industry leaders who have pledged to fight the proposal.

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New dribble bars from Tramspread

Tramspread has launched a new Suffolk range of dribble bars – ranging in width from 6m to 24m.

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Ktwo improves spreaders to increase volume and outputs

British farm machinery Ktwo has launched its Mk5 range of Bio and Evo muck spreaders to increase volumes and ease emptying to maximise outputs.

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