Digestate and compost in agriculture, research and knowledge exchange project
The On Farm AD Fund supports farmers...
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.
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
Producing quality compost on your farm is an environmentally and a possible diversification opportunity.
Consumers, Food Industry and Government all have role to play in reducing 1.3billion tonnes of food wasted or lost each year
In response to industry feedback on the Biofertiliser Certification Scheme (BCS), which includes BSI PAS 110, WRAP developed a programme...
Using quality compost regularly has significant long-term benefits for cereal crops such as wheat, barley and oats. A five year...
Quality compost can have significant benefits for growers cultivating field vegetables and salad crops.