Research and Innovation

15 July 2019

AHDB in new partnership with New Zealand arable levy body to share knowledge and resources

11 July 2019

Automation, robotics and precision growing - take a look at some of the trends from this year's GreenTech show

1 July 2019

The final Strategic Potato (SPot) Farm Open Day hosted by Bruce Farms will highlight simple practical changes growers can make to improve their margins.

8 July 2019

Rob Fox of Squab Hall Farm, Leamington, is trying to find practical approaches to reduce the environmental impact of farming, while maintaining productivity.

21 June 2019

A Cambridgeshire based business is to lead the way in demonstrating labour saving techniques to help the horticulture industry offset the shortage of seasonal workers.

21 June 2019

A Scottish fruit grower will work with AHDB to highlight how horticultural growers can increase efficiency and reduce their reliance on labour.

16 September 2019

SmartHort and the Bedding and Pot Plant Centre are hosting a study tour to view automation and robotics in the Netherlands.

5 June 2019

John Swain, FEC Energy, looks at the benefits and drawbacks of vertical farming in horticulture

29 May 2019

Industry needs to adopt a fully integrated approach to managing pests, weeds and diseases, to support sustainable farming in the long-term, according to AHDB.

20 May 2019

Three industry organisations have joined forces to launch a brand new field-based arable event for Scotland.

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

Below average rainfall is triggering UK farmers and growers to adopt water savvy techniques early in the year, to be prepared should another agricultural drought hit.