@InnovationFarm1 RT : Second year pheasant and finch looking strong in Dorset....not long until the season starts now!! https://t.co/xDwZWx2pA8
@InnovationFarm1 RT : Winter squash growing nicely - soups & risottos on the menu soon! https://t.co/ref7jeSJZC
@InnovationFarm1 RT : At event on research farm near Dundee for work Amazing names of tattie varities! Who would have… https://t.co/Ds89Dgoh7P
@InnovationFarm1 RT : All today we'll be sharing updates from farmer-led . First up, ripening lupin pods grown as an alternativ… https://t.co/1Buk6ZqRpB
@InnovationFarm1 The top set of varieties will be demonstrated at NIAB Innovation Farm next year both wheat & barley https://t.co/73mPmN36cR
@InnovationFarm1 Wking with 6 innovative farmers in East Anglia determined to improve soil quality & function by improving soil micr… https://t.co/V1RLg2zesL
@InnovationFarm1 RT : Not particularly into design stuff, but these glass bricks are brilliant! https://t.co/dkI4xDD9hX
@InnovationFarm1 RT : Halfway through the year, 2017 is already the second-hottest year on record https://t.co/ZXx04Bho3s https://t.co/rjbEjML1LM
@InnovationFarm1 RT : many congratulations to Eric Danquah for supplying trained plant breeders in Accra (17 Phd students) https://t.co/BROySfpsMr

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

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