@InnovationFarm1 The award is looking great; thank goodness for some rain too for our SARIC project. https://t.co/PVjJkYhKPq
@InnovationFarm1 RT : I emailed Wymondham Council to request they do not mow some land opposite my house where approx. 200 bee Orchids we… https://t.co/p6sY1i4lXk
@InnovationFarm1 RT : Just because we’re a conventional farm doesn’t mean we reach for the chemical can as the first option for weeds. On… https://t.co/6DLBCQ1CkT
@InnovationFarm1 RT : Find out more on how can help your & . presents 3 workshops on https://t.co/7vH3TVpEi4
@InnovationFarm1 RT : A big thank you to Gabriel, Eric, Daniel and Kwaku from for making the trip all the way out to AgriGru… https://t.co/PSeRVLciTT
@InnovationFarm1 A splendid collaboration https://t.co/7xK5R39Wtk
@InnovationFarm1 RT : Don't worry if you weren't able to pick up the new Oat Growth Guide at . You can download a copy at… https://t.co/Hz2eM24qBZ
@InnovationFarm1 It was a ball - great to meet so many innovative farmers in the pit.... thanks to for a good forum -… https://t.co/7gfFKNyY3g

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Meeting the challenges

Agriculture and food production face enormous challenges in the years ahead. NIAB Innovation Farm demonstrates how crop genetic improvements can address the issues of:

Food security      Climate Change      Sustainable Resources      Health and Nutrition