Research and Innovation

15 July 2021

Christine Watts, AHDB Chief Communications and Market Development Officer, said: “We welcome publication of the National Food Strategy and a number of the recommendations highlighted, particularly improved food education in schools.

12 May 2021

Water Efficient Technologies (WET) Centre – Precision technology developments for soft fruit in 2021 webinar

5 May 2021

This webinar will mainly focus on the results coming out of two AHDB-funded research projects looking to update N recommendations for spring barley and oats.

17 March 2021

Gene Editing (GE) applications can mimic natural genetic variation, but with greater precision and speed.

4 February 2021

What would the removal of AHDB funding mean for horticulture scientific innovation? Professor Rosemary Collier, University of Warwick, offers her perspective

26 January 2021

Discover our Gilt Watch® programme, designed to help pig producers make informed and efficient business decisions on gilt management.

5 January 2021

Machine learning robotic lettuce harvester by ADHB-funded PhD student Luca Scimeca

16 December 2020

In this blog, Nicholas Saphir, AHDB’s chairman comments on the Change programme and strategy

9 December 2020

how to measure and reduce your carbon footprint and make your farm more efficient.

3 June 2021

Harvest 2021 trials at AHDB Strategic Cereal Farms will focus on the prevention, detection and control of pests, weeds and diseases – key components of IPM (integrated pest management).

20 November 2020

Opportunity to ask any questions and hear more information about the trials and demonstrations happening on the three AHDB Strategic Cereal Farms

17 November 2020

What can the research at AHDB's Strategic Farms teach us about weed management?

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