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Making the most of on-farm protein

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Looking at a science and innovate based trial system with home-grown proteins as part of the UKRI project with the University of Nottingham
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Tresawson, Woodsaws Cross, Looe PL13 2NT, UK

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Tom will lead the field walk across 8 acres of combi-crop trials looking at the potential benefits of a range of mineral-based and biological-based foliar feeds.

The crops include: 1. Winter beans and triticale 2. Spring peas and wheat 3. Spring peas and barley

Data will be provided on the previous two years of trials, with a particular emphasis on reducing inputs, building fertility and improving your business economic resilience.

Trials include Tom and Nic's work as part of the UKRI project Sustainable farm-based protein for organic dairy cows (10047315) with the University of Nottingham

Attendees will look at different cropping systems and how to introduce them to deliver a cost reduction for purchased feeds.

There will also be a focus on how to reduce your carbon footprint, building farm resilience through farming practices and an introduction to biostimulants and field scale nutrient mapping looking at a science and innovate based trial system with home-grown proteins.

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Making the most of on-farm protein
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Looking at a science and innovate based trial system with home-grown proteins as part of the UKRI project with the University of Nottingham
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Tresawson, Woodsaws Cross, Looe PL13 2NT, UK
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Tom will lead the field walk across 8 acres of combi-crop trials looking at the potential benefits of a range of mineral-based and biological-based foliar feeds.

The crops include: 1. Winter beans and triticale 2. Spring peas and wheat 3. Spring peas and barley

Data will be provided on the previous two years of trials, with a particular emphasis on reducing inputs, building fertility and improving your business economic resilience.

Trials include Tom and Nic's work as part of the UKRI project Sustainable farm-based protein for organic dairy cows (10047315) with the University of Nottingham

Attendees will look at different cropping systems and how to introduce them to deliver a cost reduction for purchased feeds.

There will also be a focus on how to reduce your carbon footprint, building farm resilience through farming practices and an introduction to biostimulants and field scale nutrient mapping looking at a science and innovate based trial system with home-grown proteins.


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