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Reducing year-to-year variability in the commercial demand for trees for planting could reduce the import of exotic pests and diseases that can damage local forests and woodlands.
15 Aug 2018
Long-term field experiments at Rothamsted Research, dating back as far as 1843, prove that modern carbon emissions cannot be locked in the ground to halt global warming.
28 Feb 2018
The government has renewed its support for wheat innovation with a fully funded award for another five years of research and development by the Wheat Genetic Improvement Network.
Rothamsted Research comments on today's announcement of the public consultation to pay farmers “public money for public goods”, principally to enhance the environment and to invest in sustainable food production.
27 Feb 2018
Rothamsted Research comments on the debate about ammonia emissions, calling for greater awareness of research done and practices already available to limit the pollution.
23 Feb 2018
Rothamsted Research comments on today’s speech from the Business Secretary who called for an agricultural revolution in the use of technology and innovation.
21 Feb 2018
Rothamsted Research seeks permission from the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs for the release of genetically modified Camelina plants for up to three years.