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  1. BASIS Teresa

    Environment training courses

    The BETA Conservation Management course covers all aspects of environmental management; including habitat creation, soil management, IPM and Water Quality. Current and future government-led environmental schemes and legislation is also covered. It is therefore ideally suited for all farm...
  2. BASIS Teresa

    BASIS Prospectus

    BASIS plays a key role in the training and certification of people who work in the pesticide and fertiliser sectors. It sets the syllabuses and examination standards and maintains a list of Approved Trainers, Colleges and Training Providers who offer suitable training modules. Courses range...
  3. Farm Xport

    Water Drainage Webinar hosted by Soil-Max

    Soil-Max, a leader in water management solutions, will be hosting a webinar on Tuesday, 10 August, 2021 at 5:00pm WET. Specialists from Soil-Max and ADS Pipe will be discussing drainage planning, pipe selection, installation without gravel, and the potential increase in yield. They will also be...
  4. Farm Xport

    Water Drainage Solutions Webinar with Soil-Max & Farm Xport

    Soil-Max along with ADS Agriculture and Farm Xport will be hosting a live webinar at 17:00 WET (5:00 pm) on Tuesday, August 10th, 2021. I've attached a sign-up link below. Topics will include drainage planning, installation, pipe selection, cost savings, and much more! Drainage specialists from...
  5. brettsacks

    Food processing wastewater >>> irrigation?

    Hello all... We are in the planning stage of building our farm buildings. Our mixed farm will consist of ~40 dairy cows and ~80 pigs. Cows will never be housed (on pasture all-year round) and pigs will be reared in the woodland. The idea is simple... Milk the cows seasonally - around 9 months...
  6. Farm Xport

    Are water drainage solutions hard to come by?

    Hello there, We're an export company located in the United States and are wanting to help provide farmers in the UK with water drainage solutions. I'm doing some information gathering and would love to get opinions on water drainage in the UK. We currently carry Soil-Max plows that allow you...
  7. Wynnstay

    Hydrating calves and for rumen development

    We all know that water is vital for life. It is essential for hydrating calves and for rumen development. There are many reasons why I’ve seen a lack of water for calves on farm. Situations vary, sometimes not enough water is provided per pen, other times water which is contaminated, and at...
  8. J

    Which Water pump hp I need ?

    hello guys. Excuse my English as I am Spanish living in London. Recently I bough a farm land in Sweden and I installed a 345w solar panel system and a 80A battery with 2000w inverter. My land has a slow pace river down and I need to pump water to a deposit 10-15m high and 60m distance. I don't...
  9. NikiRust

    What helps improve your water and nutrient use efficiency?

    Hi everyone, I'm new to the Farming Forum so I thought I'd first of all say hi! I am a researcher based in the Agriculture Department of Newcastle University and am working on a few projects that are trying to see how we can make farming more resilient to future environmental change. One of...
  10. D

    Water collecting in Fendt water traps SCOTLAND

    never had an issue with water in fuel in +20 years of operation but in the last two weeks ALOT of water collecting in the water traps. fuel is from one reliable main supplier drawing directly from grangemouth fuel rep did the tank dip test on both yard tanks today and on 4 machines and all...
  11. J

    JN Environmental - Private Water Supply Treatments

    We are a team of specialist engineers specializing in water treatment for Private Water Supplies such as boreholes, springs and wells. We offer the full service from the initial site visit through to the installation and maintenance of your water treatment equipment. Our Services Include: -...
  12. cachivers

    Calling Dorset farmers: Invitation to focus group with free pub lunch

    Hi all, I'm looking for farmers in Dorset to come along to my focus group on environmental farming advice surrounding water pollution. I'd like to know how useful the advice you've received has been, and how it could be improved. I'm also looking into how willing farmers are to pay for...
  13. Sectormentor For Soils

    Know your Soils #5: How well can your soil can hold onto nutrients?

    Welcome to the fifth instalment of our Know your Soils series sharing practical tips for monitoring the soil health on your land. Keep an eye out for our bitesize videos and fact sheets on simple tests you can do yourself on farm. “If you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.” Can your soil...
  14. cachivers

    Quick reminder: Complete survey to influence policy/win £100!

    Hi all, I'm still desperately seeking farmers to complete a quick online survey for my PhD research. It's really important that as many people participate as possible as we will be informing policy with the results! The survey is about the advice you've received surrounding water pollution and...
  15. cachivers

    Reminder to fill in quick survey to win £100 whilst voicing your opinions!!

    Hi all, Please consider filling in this short online survey; it's really important that we hear from as many farmers as possible as we may use the results to inform policy! We are also doing a prize draw so you could win a voucher of your choice worth £100. It should only take 5-10 minutes so...
  16. cachivers

    Please complete my survey for a chance to win a £100 voucher!

    Hi all, I am currently doing my PhD on water pollution from agriculture and need farmers in England to complete the following survey. I am funded by the Environment Agency and we aim to use the results to inform policy, so it's really important that we get as many farmer views as possible. Upon...
  17. Matt

    water dowser, Peter Taylor

    anyone come across or used a dowser called Peter Taylor, he has the handle of a Master water diviner / dowser? has a company called Global Discovery. Thanks Matt
  18. C

    Water Friendly Farming Workshop Nov 10th (West Yorkshire)

    Hi all! On Friday the 10th November the Clifton Beck project team are hosting a FREE Water Friendly Farming workshop at Shelf Village Hall, Wade House Road. We have guest speakers from the Environment Agency, Farming Advice Service, and Farm Environment. The workshop will cover sedimentation...
  19. M

    Advice on Water Tank

    Hello, not sure this is the right forum, but here it goes: I have a 3,000 litre fiber(glass?) water tank, with its metal valves and the like as you can see in the attached images. It was used formerly by a neighbouring winery. It is full to the top with rain water and set inside a wooden shed...
  20. L

    What chemical elements from sewage attack crops?

    Hello, I am currently conducting a study about the negative impacts of sewage water that contaminates the irrigation system of crops, particularly bananas. This is for a study I have to do for uni. I plan on going on-site and asking experts in the region, but as part of my preliminary research...
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