Project Lamport

Innovative Agronomy - a new development approach to controlling grassweeds

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Heavy land rotational trial in its sixth year





For 2019 Project Lamport looks into:

  • Long-term rotational systems to control blackgrass and improve soil health
  • The best combination of cover crops and cultivations, delivered in partnership with soil experts
  • A comprehensive, replicated research project looking at the impact of cultivations, compaction and cover crops on soil structure, organic matter and microbiology


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    WATCH: FARMER PAUL SHEARDOWN GIVES HIS VIEWS ON PROJECT LAMPORT



    READ MORE:
     2018 RESULTS FROM PROJECT LAMPORT


    Exploring cultivation and soil compaction

    As part of our ongoing research at Project Lamport, we are exploring the link between soil compaction and blackgrass emergence.

    Getting the right balance between roots and metal is crucial in maintaining healthy soils.  


    Soil structure and cultivations specialist, Philip Wright explains more in the video below.


    WATCH:
     SOIL COMPACTION TRIALS

     

     

     Project Lamport is supported by Bayer CropScience   

    With special thanks to:

     

     

13/12/2019

Agrovista completes acquisition of Maxwell Amenity

Agrovista is delighted to announce the completion of its acquisition of leading sports turf, landscaping and horticulture business, Maxwell Amenity.  

03/12/2019

Healthy trees make pick-your-own farm a 20 year success

Providing healthy Christmas trees to households for more than 20 years means that Martin Kempster’s pick your own farm has become an annual tradition for many.

06/11/2019

Agrovista UK strengthens marketing team

Agrovista UK is delighted to announce the appointment of Janine Heath as Marketing Communications Manager.



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