Geared at supporting a farmers and growers to transition to more sustainable, resilient and diverse farming practices, Agricology is a collaboration of over 40 research and farming organisations. It offers the latest research, practical ideas and farmer-led innovations to empower growers to adopt methods that regenerate ecosystems, enhance biodiversity and mitigate against climate change. It is a knowledge-sharing hub for farmers, encouraging them to share their best strategies and approaches.

What we love about it:

Not only citizen-led research, but farmer-led!

More info:

3 days ago
“We are strong believers in the huge benefits of #grassfed livestock; to the environment, to our health, & also the bottom line” Nic & Paul Renison. Check out our latest farmer profile created as part of @TheAHDBGrass 👉 @Cannerfarm @NRenison @OrgResCent
5 days ago
"Organic fertilisers are applied on the back of soil samples & leaf analysis & in line with irrigation management, to get the best output from the crops." Read/listen to more of what @RBOrganic's Joe Rolfe says about how they manage their veg business
6 days ago
Great panel of speakers lined up for this & opportunity to share your experiences & help shape development of a policy brief highlighting benefits of #agroforestry for climate change mitigation & recommendations on how they can be realised. @FarmingReal
7 days ago
The Organic Farm Knowledge platform has its own YouTube channel now - this introductory video tells you all about how you can best use the platform👉 #organicfarming
Visit the platform here: @farm_knowledge
1 week ago
Modern varieties of winter #oilseedrape require a lot of #nitrogen. This Abstract, created as part of the @DiverIMPACTS project, provides practical guidance of how to maximise on nitrogen in a sustainable way: @fiblorg @OrgResCent
2 weeks ago
This @natsheep guide outlines many benefits #arable farmers can attain from incorporating #sheep into rotations. It describes benefits they can bring to #soilstructure, #soilfertility, #weedcontrol, #biodiversity and cash flow....:

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