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Soil Muck & Money Event, Thursday 11th September, Caithness

14 August 2014

A practical day looking at soil & grassland management and making best use of FYM & slurry; there will also be a seeder demonstration.

Soil Association comment on the first GM plants to produce omega-3 oil being almost ready for harvest

06 August 2014

Commenting on the first GM plants to produce omega-3 oil being almost ready for harvest, Louise Payton, Soil Association policy officer said:

Seed-bombing: new film on seed saving

01 August 2014

The Soil Association's Ben Raskin has teamed up with the Guardian's Kim Stoddart to tell you about their adventures in seed-bombing.

Soil Association to host event to help growers take advantage of the upturn in the organic market

01 August 2014

This year the Soil Association’s annual Organic Market Report revealed that the organic sector saw growth of 2.8% in 2013: the first time the organic market has seen annual growth since 2008 [1].

In the vegetable garden: new film on seed saving

31 July 2014

The Soil Association's Ben Raskin has teamed up with the Guardian's Kim Stoddart to explain why seed saving is a fun way of saving money and keeping rare heritage vegetables alive, and which vegetables are ideal for beginners.

Field Lab Report: Under-sowing kale with a legume green manure

31 July 2014

SFIN recently had a great day up in Inverurie looking at undersowing. Using low growing legumes to undersow a cash crop is a well-established practice (in cereals); to help control weeds, protect the soil and provide fertility to subsequent crops. F...

First case of MRSA found in UK pig – government must act now to limit farm antibiotic use

28 July 2014

The Alliance to Save Our Antibiotics is calling on the government to urgently carry out a full MRSA survey of the UK pig industry to determine how widespread the superbug is after the first-ever case in a British pig was found in Northern Ireland 1...

Soil Association welcomes Government’s new Plan for Public Procurement

21 July 2014

The Government’s new Plan for Public Procurement, launched by Defra today (Monday 21st July), aims to realise the potential of public procurement to improve the nation’s health, promote sustainable systems of food production, and support UK farmers....

Prince of Wales visits innovative research project

18 July 2014

As part of his annual Food and Farming Summer School, HRH The Prince of Wales met with students and farmers at Eastbrook Farm in Wiltshire.

New report: why we need a new recipe for farming, wildlife, food and public health

15 July 2014

10 UK organisations collaborate to challenge future governments to fix our broken food system. Our organisations have come together for the first time to connect some very important issues and start a conversation that affects us all.
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