Anaerobic digestion is a topic of great interest to farmers and others – we cover some of the current thinking here.
Additionally, Agri-TechE (formerly Agri-Tech East) coordinates the Innovative Farmers ‘Increasing Nutrient Efficiency From Anaerobic Digestate’ field lab in collaboration with the Soil Association and research partners NIAB and Cranfield University.
Farms involved in the project are Allpress Farms, Boxford Suffolk Farms, Euston Estate, Holkham Estate, JF Temple & Sons Ltd, JH Walter Energy and Upton Suffolk Farms.
All farmers in the Increasing Nutrient Efficiency From Anaerobic Digestate field lab produce their own digestate on-farm and are interested in stabilising nutrient content and decreasing loss.
Different methods of assessing, improving and maintaining soil health were discussed at the ‘Soil Health and Circular Economy’ Agri-Tech East event hosted by NIAB on
Laura Bouvet has been appointed Knowledge and Innovation Facilitator for Agri-Tech East and the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB); the first time the two
Organic materials have an important role in stimulating biological activity and as a result yields increase quickly. This indicates that the value goes beyond its
For our latest visit, our Norfolk YIF-ers were treated to a visit to Stephen Temple’s anaerobic digester and Mrs Temple’s Cheese’s Production. Alongside its AD