3 October 2019
Beneficial insects in organic greenhouses

Workshop for growers at Northdown Orchard, Hants

23 October 2019
Soil nutrient management

A workshop with Mark Measures



17 September 2019
The Diversification Cluster web page has been launched!

Six Horizon 2020 projects are working together in the crop diversification cluster

10 September 2019
Agroforestry benefits natural enemies and pollinators

Evaluating the effects of integrating trees into temperate arable systems on pest control and pollination



21 March 2019
In adversity, what are farmers doing to be more resilient?

Opportunities, barriers and constraints in organic techniques helping to improve the sustainability of conventional farming

New GM field trials

Category: News
18 January 2019

The John Innes Centre has just applied for consent to plan two new GM field trials, a biofortified wheat (iron) and CRISPR broccoli to determine the role of a particular gene

Defra is inviting representations on any risks of damage being caused to the environment by a release. www.gov.uk/government/collections/genetically-modified-organisms-applications-and-consents. The public consultation closes on 4 March. Please respond directly to Defra or if you prefer through GM Freeze

Keywords: GM CRISPR consultation

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