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DEFRA’s open by default creates opportunities for new types of agri-tech application

DEFRA’s open by default creates opportunities for new types of agri-tech application

3D visualisations of landscapes, real time data on water quality and levels, market data on stocks of cereals held on farms and usage of cereals by maltsters – these are just some of the diversity of data to be made available by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) in June 2016 creating […]

£1.3 million in new research could mean a sweeter deal for Scottish berry producers

British berry lovers could get their favourite fruits all year round thanks to three new pioneering UK government funded research projects set to revolutionise Scottish berry production, Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss said ahead of the Royal Highland Show. £1.3 million from the government’s £70 million Agri-Tech Catalyst has been awarded to projects led by the […]

Defra consultation muddies the water

Defra’s consultation on the Water Act 2003 contains proposals that could leave farmers without a licence to abstract water, and no right of compensation. In addition, the NFU believes that Defra has been unclear over what would constitute the ‘serious damage’ that would justify the withdrawal of an abstraction licence, and that not enough emphasis […]

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