Monthly Archives: May 2018

Digging up dirt on cover crops

By Mandy Stoker (CTP Student) I was recently asked to visit a land owner who had a rather difficult and sensitive problem to deal with.  The gentleman had been working in partnership with a business man to clean up and restock two beautiful fishing pools which were to be opened up for leisure fishing later […]

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Soils and the 25 Environment Plan

By Edward Baker (Waitrose CTP Student)   With increasing public and political significance, modern environmentalism has begun to distance itself from a Laissez-faire attitude around natural ecosystem management. The most recent addition of legislation and policy direction, the 25 Year Environmental Plan, attempts to address the pressures facing the UK’s natural ecosystems from anthropogenic disturbances. […]

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