BBRO’s Dr Simon Bowen, who oversees the BBRO Knowledge Exchange programme, reveals the research underway in TMAF fields and what has been learned so far.
As usual, the weather has been uppermost in farmers’ minds this season, but as TMAF we have an eye on future climate trends which is why we hosted a workshop to gather farmers’ reactions to opportunities to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions on-farm as part of a Defra-funded research project .
We are delighted to support a range of investigations by the research work of PhD students. TMAF-supported PhD student Joe Martlew explains the work he is doing to diagnose and treat subsoil compaction in his research ‘Quantifying and alleviating deep-seated compaction in arable soils’.
TMAF Farm Manager David Jones explains why he jumped at the chance of a refresher in statistics and new insights to field experimental design.
After the successful completion of this year’s TMAF-supported John Forrest Memorial Award Communication Skills course for regional agri-professionals we have pledged to co-fund another course, in January 2020.
There has never been a more important time for agri-professionals to build and use better communication skills.
The Felix Thornley Cobbold Agricultural Trust and The Morley Agricultural Foundation again for 2019 are jointly funding another communication skills training course.