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Sea2Soil teams up with Joel Williams for Groundswell 2024
Sea2Soil teams up with Joel Williams for Groundswell 2024
As events season in the agricultural world draws nearer, Sea2Soil is thrilled to announce its collaboration with independent plant and soil health educator and Groundswell Speaker - Joel Williams for the 2024 event. Sea2Soil - the UK’s first fish hydrolysate-approved as an organic soil improver developed by Pelagia AS - is thrilled to announce that it has teamed up with independent, regenerative farming champion, Joel Williams, for Groundswell 2024.  Following a successful event last quarter, which saw Joel and Sea2Soil deliver a talk, panel discussion and field walk hosted by Paul Davey a...
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Regenerative farming is the answer to claw back the time stolen by adverse weather conditions
Regenerative farming is the answer to claw back the time stolen by adverse weather conditions
The rainfall and flooding that has hit the UK recently have posed farmers up and down the UK with unprecedented challenges setting usual progress back immeasurably. Grant James, Business Development Manager at Sea2Soil says regenerative farming - which harnesses the natural capabilities of fish hydrolysate - could be the answer to boosting soil health and claw back lost time. Following one of the wettest winters on record, adverse weather conditions have delayed arable and livestock farms from carrying out even the most basic of tasks, despite typically being the busiest time of the year.&nbs...
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Sea2Soil next-phase research trials begin
Sea2Soil next-phase research trials begin
We are currently working with Nottingham University soil dept looking at microbial activity related to S2S. Working with Notts Uni we are comparing regeneration agriculture with conventional agriculture practices to establish the level of microbial increase using Sea2Soil as the fungi/bacteria food the underground livestock require. Both glasshouse and farm trials will be the used to establish short to long term results on an independent basis. Completed by this summer the results should be available for the Autumn applications of Sea2Soil through UK distribution. Also, work is underway with...
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Sea2Soil invests in next-phase trials in partnership with Nottingham University
Sea2Soil invests in next-phase trials in partnership with Nottingham University
Sea2Soil invests in next-phase trials in partnership with Nottingham University to research how the soil improver encourages essential microbial activity  As we move into the third year since our first farmer-led trials, the Sea2Soil team is excited to announce that next-phase research and development is currently underway.  In partnership with the Nottingham University Soil Department, we are investing time and money into how Sea2Soils’ performance stacks up against traditional farming methods. By comparing regeneration agriculture with conventional agriculture practices we’re working...
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There are new ways of reducing your inputs, while increasing your ROI and embracing regenerative farming
There are new ways of reducing your inputs, while increasing your ROI and embracing regenerative farming
Signs of Spring are everywhere, and while work in the world of agriculture never stops, this month we will see efforts ramp up - from the drilling, or sowing, of the sugar beet to fertilising and crop spraying. At a local level, we may still only be seeing the seeds of regenerative agriculture taking hold, but as reported in the Financial Times recently, at a global level, the well-coined phrase is now ‘firmly cemented in corporate parlance’ as well as across some of ‘the sustainability plans of big food companies such as Nestlé, Unilever and Danone’. With leaps being made ‘up ther...
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