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This week's briefings (30th July 2015)
2224 Climate change - wildlife winners and losers (Natural England)
2225 Strip till (Science Daily)
2226 Reducing GHG emissions from livestock - key opportunities for immediate action (Global Research Alliance on Agricultural Greenhouse Gases)
2227 UK pulse sector could double in size (Andersons Centre)
23rd July 2015
2219 Nitrous oxide (Farm Carbon Cutting Toolkit)
2220 Cutting red tape (Government Review)
2221 Will the rural productivity plan work? (Jessica Sellick, Rose Regeneration)
2222 Biodiversity slows spread of pesticide resistance (Royal Society B)
2223 European wheat breeding companies share their goals (European Seed)
16th July 2015
2215 Why do farmers participate in agri-environment schemes? (CRE, Newcastle University)
2216 Climate change: a risk assessment (Centre for Science and Policy, University of Cambridge)
2217 Defining rural areas (UK Government)
2218 Bolstering the Rural Voice (Vernon Hazel, FRAgS)
Bob Baker's Tales from a Northern Mart, July 2015
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