16 September 2014
Fertility building leys field lab

Field lab 3 at Abbey Home Farm, Cirencester

22 September 2014
Field Lab: Woodchip Compost

Part 3: Discussion of final results

13 August 2014
No-till: limited potential for climate change mitigation

The role of no-till agriculture in climate change mitigation may be over-stated

13 August 2014
The energy efficiency of organic agriculture

ORC-led review confirms that most organic crop and livestock systems are more energy-efficient than conventional

18 July 2014
Prince of Wales visits Food & Farming Summer School

As part of his annual Food and Farming Summer School, HRH The Prince of Wales met with students and farmers at Eastbrook Farm in Wiltshire.

Project Summary: Participatory Cereals

Category: Research
5 June 2001

A Project Summary for 'Cereal varieties for organic production: developing a participatory approach to seed production and varietal selection' (Participatory Cereals-OF 0330).

Output articles from this project

Participatory Cereals: poster 05-05 2001-06-05
Participatory Cereals output

Participatory Cereals: newsletter 3 spring 2005 2001-06-05
Participatory Cereals Output

Participatory Cereals: newsletter 2 autumn 2004 2001-06-05
Participatory Cereals output

Participatory Cereals: newsletter 1 spring 2004 2001-06-05
Participatory Cereals output

Participatory Cereals: EFRC Bulletin article Dec 2004 2005-06-01
Participatory Cereals output

Participatory cereals: EFRC bulletin article NIAB Oct 2004 2001-06-05
Particpatory Cereals: Output

Follow the link below for a summary of the project

Research Project- Participatory Cereals pdf.pdf
For the full article please click here.

Keywords: cereals, wheat, participatory, seed-borne diseases, NIAB, seed treatments, Kingston University, Middlesex University, HDRA, OF 0330

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