The next of our insights into the people and science supported by TMAF features David Purdy. For David, our backing is enabling him to take his observations and questions from years as machinery specialist and soil enthusiast into studying soil health as part of a Ph.D programme.
In another of our updates on the people and research we invest in this time we hear from Jack Davies. Jack came to us for support to complete his Master’s Degree in Plant Genetics in Norfolk. His story shows what a promising scientist he is, how our support is appreciated and having a tremendously positive effect on his career.
The findings of research to measure the effects of long-term crop rotation and cultivation treatments on soil health are summarised in a new report.
TMAF supports the research work of a number of PhD students. In this next profile, TMAF-supported PhD student Lucy Tillier explains the work she is doing to understand the impact of leaf canopy architecture on radiation use efficiency (RUE) and yield potential of sugar beet.
The British Crop Protection Congress invited TMAF Chairman John Wallace to chair their plenary session. Listening carefully was a mix of agrochemical manufacturers, regulators, advisors to both of the aforementioned, agronomists, scientists and a few farmers. John shares his impressions of the event.
This is the first example of the work we are doing on-farm as part of TMAF Morley Clean Water project. TMAF Farm Manager David Jones provides the context and the work done – using the farm’s equipment and labour – so far.
This is the next example of the work we are doing on-farm as part of TMAF Morley Clean Water project. Ditch management is the focus this time explains, TMAF Farm Manager David Jones.
Many farmers love the lure of new machinery. This month, TMAF Farm Manager David Jones went to see what was on show at Agritechnica, one of the biggest new farm machinery shows in the world. So, what was on his list and did he find it in Hanover?
TMAF Chair John Wallace is the chairman for the opening plenary session at the British Crop Production Council (BCPC) Congress in Brighton this month. He will set out the challenges to ‘deliver food production alongside environmental enhancement’, which is the Congress theme.