This event was hosted at Newcastle University’s Cockle Park Farm and was hosted by staff from ADAS and Newcastle University.
The event was attended by 30 members of the local farming and agricultural advisory community, as well as representatives from the UK Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB). The event focused on communicating the results from SUPER-G field studies carried out in Northumberland (north east England), including practical perspectives from the farmers hosting the trials.
Results from 5 different field trials and experiments were outlined, covering topics including the establishment and management of multi-species swards, supporting pollinators, and the effective use of livestock manures.
Read more about the event here!