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People early in their careers often bring ideas and a passion for farming that can reinvigorate those that may have become frustrated. We want their energy at REAP and the bursary makes it easier for them to attend.
To assist the UK transition to become a more circular economy, UK Research & Innovation has announced it is to fund up to five new Interdisciplinary Circular Economy Centres.
For many the rapid changes created by digital technologies, across all areas of agriculture from plant and animal breeding to application of plant protection products, can be a bit of a mystery, so Agri-Tech East has invited a selection of tech savvy farmers, researchers and entrepreneurs to give their vision of One Agriculture at REAP sofa session.
Want to check inter-operability of devices and equipment? A new way for farmers, dealers and manufacturers to check the ISOBUS status of their equipment is to be discussed at Connected Farm event.
Could cover crops be used to stabilise nutrients provided by digestate and improve its use as an alternative to chemical fertiliser for the following crop? Findings of farmer-led field lab are very promising.
Sustainable food systems require a collaborative response and this is a theme for Agri-Tech Week 2019.
The week will include seven events hosted by members of Agri-Tech East. Each is aimed at showcasing different ways that agri-tech is providing an innovative response to the challenges of food production in a time of environmental change and population expansion.
Participants in the agri-hackathon came up with some truly awesome ideas with global impact – taking on the challenge of how to change the world in 48 hours
To win best networking group is an honour. In just five-years our network has attracted many high quality businesses showing the value of membership, this award is great endorsement of the team.
We asked exhibitors at the Innovation Hub at the Royal Norfolk Show to share their views of the future, to identify the drivers for change and to show how their technology is part of the roadmap.
Greg Clark, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy announced 28th June 2019 the successful projects that will be awarded funding under the Transforming Food Production, including 19 Agri-Tech East members