A killing on potatoes, setting the back garden on fire, five varieties of quinoa and what do we mean by ‘treated’ water anyway? : A day at Harper Adams

A killing on potatoes, setting the back garden on fire, five varieties of quinoa and what do we mean by ‘treated’ water anyway? : A day at Harper Adams

  Last week the DRY project was joined by members of the farming community and related organisations at Harper Adams University to discuss drought risk, water management and drought tolerant crops for the agriculture/horticulture sectors. Professor Lindsey Mcewen (UWE) kicked offRead more

Exploring the impacts of drought on UK crops at Harper Adams University Newport, Shropshire – 24th May 2016

Exploring the impacts of drought on UK crops at Harper Adams University Newport, Shropshire – 24th May 2016

The DRY project (Drought Risk and You) is exploring how science and narrative can interact in drought-risk decision-making. On the 24th May 2016, the DRY team has invited farmers and others with interests in drought impacts on crops (including theRead more

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