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Recent Blog Posts
Soil cultivations: ploughing, non-inversion tillage and soil quality
Ploughing has received bad press in some organic farming circles due to the higher fuel requirements and the fact that it buries soil organisms and...blog
Agroecological farmers should CASH-in for promoting soil health
There is huge potential for farmers to be incentivised and rewarded for protecting and sequestering carbon in their soils. Government initiatives and carbon offsetting schemes...blog
So mulch lovin’! How mulches help get trees off to the best start
Planting trees is great isn’t it? Good for the farm, good for the planet, good for our livestock for our crops for our soil. It’s...blog
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Agricology has been awarded a DEFRA ELM Test in partnership with the University of Reading to research how effective videos and podcasts are as tools...blog
Recent Sector News
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360 Scientists Call for a Transition to Agroecology
Over 360 scientists from 42 countries—led by the University of Göttingen and Westlake University China—call for transition of food production systems to agroecological principles.
Agroecology in the Agriculture Bill
Following a briefing given to a number of Peers ahead of the House of Lords debate on the Agriculture Bill, the the word “agroecological” has...
Agricology Partners Rally to Respond to COVID-19
PRESS RELEASE AGRICOLOGY PARTNERS RALLY TO SHARE PRACTICAL, SUSTAINABLE FARMING TECHNIQUES IN THE WAKE OF CORONAVIRUS SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES Thursday 16th April 2020 The rapidly...