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Research by the National Geographic Society has found that our diets are improving, but remain for the most part unsustainable, and that consumers feel unable or are unwilling to change their habits in many industrialised nations.

The EU Commission has unveiled targeted support measures, designed to help farmers affected by the Russian trade embargo, but also to protect against the high level of suspected bogus claims received in August.

The Single Payment rate for 2014 has been set at €1 to £0.77730

The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation has called for a fundamental shift in world agriculture towards more sustainable production, though there has been a massive backlash against the 'Alliance' upon which the FAO has pinned its hopes.

England's first Red List for higher plants reveals some shock declines and sparks calls for policy and decision makers to begin working with botanists.

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Agronomy
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The factors that agronomists have identified as being important in determining the level of damage.

Reports show little if any flea beetle damage to crops emerging. However, surprising amount of slug damage in some crops given the dry autumn so far.

A quick look at the HGCA winter wheat trials results comparing treated to untreated plots harvested so far.

Neonicotinoid Survey - Autumn Sowing
Nearly 12,000ha submitted so far
Uncertain about Oilseed Rape following the Neonicotinoid ban?
Submit your plans for this autumn to view anonymous results:
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Lambing Survey 2014
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Sponsored by Volac - over 27,000 head submitted so far. Regional analysis available for six different areas.
Enter Average N° viable lambs/ewe:
trader profit £
Mark Lan..7455978
rogue..6024050
wheatear..2842825
Topfield..2188875
sebastia..1486390
colpgrai..1464550
marymary..1460500