this is div id="printarea" hardcoded in Layout.cshtml

In publishing and graphic design, Lorem ipsum is a placeholder text commonly used to demonstrate the visual form of a document or a typeface without relying on meaningful conten

below tandart print area (defined by @media print in AHDBprojectblue.less)

Contents tagged with water management

1 April 2020

Guidance on the rules and regulations around water use on your farm

16 October 2019

Part of Agri-Tech week, looking at effective use of irrigation and best practice for soil and water management

9 May 2019

The horticulture sector is now co-funding a centre of excellence to develop new commercial water-saving techniques for precision irrigation and fertigation, for soft fruit growers.

8 May 2019

The Environment Agency has downgraded irrigation prospects for the 2019 season what can growers do now?

29 April 2019

Useful advice to help livestock farmers, deal with, or plan for, water supply disruption.

27 February 2019

The weather in the last year has been more challenging than most - how are its effects being felt farming?

31 January 2020

The Fertigation Bible gives details about existing and innovative technology to make water use more sustainable in horticulture, as well as guidance on subjects such as storage and nutrient addition

6 August 2018

After three weeks without rainfall, AHDB’s Strategic Potato (SPot) Farm Scotland Open Day took place on the light loams of Bruce Farms near Meigle, Perthshire on Tuesday (10 July)

3 August 2018

Heat stress must be avoided in order to prevent unnecessary suffering and reduced productivity in indoor herds

15 August 2018

With most of the country recently experiencing dry and warm conditions, it’s important that beef and lamb farmers consider the affect heat can have on their livestock. We’ve pulled together our top tips for cattle and sheep to prevent heat stress.

10 August 2018

Our latest advice on common scab control, information on varietal resistance to the disease. The timing of first irrigation based on varieties and soil type. Improve marketable yield, Maximise quality and reduce defects, Increase water use efficiency, Reduce nutrient, soil and water loss