Wet on Top – Dry Underneath

Wet on Top – Dry Underneath

wet on top Dry underneath The winter of 2019/20 has been challenging for farmers to say the least. Incessant rain meaning fields were not accessible, and winter crops were not sowed, large areas of flat or low lying country flooded (sometimes repeatedly) and otherwise...
Realising the Benefits of Soil Health on Arable Farms

Realising the Benefits of Soil Health on Arable Farms

Why is it that grass margins are usually in much better heart than the cropped land? Is there something magical about grass? Field margins in many ways set the bar for soil health on your farm. But is that as good as it can get? And do we need to go down to grass to achieve it?