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Regenerative agriculture – including no-till, cover crops and livestock in an arable rotation – is increasingly being adopted and offers opportunities for improved methods for monitoring, sensing, measuring and decision making. We are planning to be at the showground on Lannock Manor Farm, Herts in person, and as always looking to the future! You'll be able to find us on our stand at the event - we'll be in the indoor stands area, where we'll be asking how time affects…Find out more »
Agri-TechExpress with PBD Biotech – Heartbreak and hope – the story of a new diagnostic for bovine TB
Bovine TB has devastated the dairy industry. The current ‘test and cull’ regime has failed to eradicate the disease and comes at a high price to the taxpayer, herds and badgers.
Jonnie Yewdall, a former diary farmer, will describe: the impact of this disease on farmers and the industry; how a new test called Actiphage - that uses novel phage technology - offers a new approach to identifying carriers of the disease; the validation process and how improved disease management could eradicate not just bovine TB but also the wasting disease Johne’s.Find out more »
Join us on 7th July to hear from Adam Slate, Orchard Innovation Manager, about the exciting work happening, the technology they are utilising and hopes for the future of orchards. Virtual attendance only.Find out more »
This unique one-day introduction provides an overview of agri-industries, the challenges faced and the opportunities. It is aimed at giving useful insights to those new to the sector and to people from other industries.Find out more »
Improvements in crops, livestock and insects are possible thanks to advanced tools of breeding, using molecular and genetic techniques. Here we will have an update on where advanced breeding is helping harness new and ancient traits as well as exploring the regulatory landscape for their management and application.Find out more »
Returning for its 8th year, Agri-Tech Week 2021 provides opportunities to meet potential collaborators, customers and partners within the agri-tech ecosystem and includes the REAP conference.Find out more »
The ability to manage and manipulate time is increasing. REAP 2021 will explore the many ways this is happeningFind out more »