AHDB Food & Farming Podcast
Farmers, special guests and AHDB specialists sharing their experiences and opinions, technical information, data, market intelligence, updates on exports and the latest on issues that impact your business. The AHDB Food & Farming podcast – worth a listen.
Partnership is key to an education in food & farming
No one would argue a good education provides young people with a great start in life and as the years tick by it’s not unusual for people to fondly remember those teachers who provided knowledge and even acted as a role models, shaping the course for the future.
Mexico open for pork from the UK
We’re delighted to share the new news that Mexico has opened its market for British pork imports for the first time. Access to this market is estimated to be worth £50 million to UK pork producers over the first five years of trade
Cereals and Oilseeds
Biopesticide research for cabbage stem flea beetle control
In this AHDB Food & Farming Podcast, Teresa Meadows, AHDB’s Knowledge Exchange Manager for East Anglia, talks to Claire Hoarau, who is carrying out a PhD at Harper Adams University on biopesticide options for CSFB.
Hear about the existing work in this area, the research to date and planned experiments for the season ahead in this innovative area – might this be the future of CSFB control?
Beef and Lamb
Farming and the environment - a look at AHDB's upcoming consumer marketing campaigns
What might affect future GB milk production?
Sutton Bridge Crop Storage Research – what next?
In this AHDB Food & Farming episode, Jimmy Phillips interviews Rob Clayton, our Sector Strategy Director for Potatoes, to discuss how the planned wind down and transition of AHDB Potatoes activities will impact potato storage research.
Getting to grips with vine weevil
In this AHDB Food & Farming podcast, we outline the issue of vine weevil in container-grown hardy nursery stock and the available control methods. The outputs from AHDB funded project HNS 195 ‘Improving vine weevil control in HNS’ (a 5 year trial) are currently being applied on a commercial nursery and will culminate in a demonstration event in September 2021.