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Agricology Field Days

Category: News
5 June 2019

Come and see agroecology in practice, with farmers and researchers sharing knowledge and experiences in the field. Join us for a farm walk, a bite to eat and talk to people innovating with agroecological solutions. For more details on how to book tickets and to find an event near you see below.

1. Diversity in action: Intercropping, companion cropping and cover crops: 11th July, Andy Howard, Bockhanger Farm, Kent

Want to learn more about diversity? As part of the Agricology Field Days 2019, this is your opportunity to join us in the field with Andy Howard on Bockhanger Farm on 11th July for a discussion and farm walk on all things related to intercropping, companion cropping and cover crops.

Book tickets to Andy Howard

2. Talking Diverse Pastures: 30th July: Rob Havard, Worcestershire

Diverse pastures: win-win for livestock health, wildlife and your pocket! Come and join us in the field as part of the Agricology Field Days to share ideas and experiences on low-input livestock, diverse pastures and initial findings from research trials on the farm.

Book tickets to Rob Havard

3. Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and Biological Control: 14th August, Joe Rolfe, Norfolk

Want to learn more about IPM and biological control? Join us in the field for a discussion and farm walk on 14th August 2019 with Joe Rolfe, who will be sharing his passions on the potential of beneficial insects in field-scale horticulture.

Book tickets to Joe Rolfe

Keywords: agricology agroecology intercropping diversity diverse leys pasture livestock

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