Digestate and compost in agriculture, research and knowledge exchange project
Financial support to build small-scale AD plants on farms
How to develop a food system that is FIT for the future
Making the most of quality digestate and compost on your farm
How quality compost products benefit growers
See the financial values of nutrients in compost.
On-farm food losses across England in the lettuce, potato and strawberry sectors.
Digestate is a by-product of the anaerobic digestate process and is a useful source of nutrients which can be applied to land as a...
Anerobic digestate is a biofertiliser and an excellent alternative to bagged fertilisers.
This WRAP training course is now available to AD operators.
Following the course AD operators will:
Project name: Cotesbach and Roxwell trials
Project name: Turf production trials
Project name: Sport turf maintenance trials
This report sets out some of the funding options available to community groups running composting and...
A new WRAP training course is now available to AD operators.
How to market, distribute and utilise anaerobic digestate in...
This specification applies to the mulching of various types of plant materials, including trees, shrubs, herbaceous plants and bulbs.