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Avril Chaffey 18 Oct 16
One benefit of having an office is being asked to help move some & plant pegs, a pleasant change from
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KT Tunstall 31 May 18
Just saw last night and thought a) this film is like 5 films you would get in the 80’s in one film and b) Edinburgh looked bloody great didn’t it. Fuckin’ loved it by the way.
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Soil Association 24 May 19
What are the benefits of using in farming? Forester Jack Lodge Patch writes about the latest meeting of enthusiasts & experts from far & wide to determine if applying woodchip is beneficial to .
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Ground Control Arb 27 Apr 16
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Ben Raskin 6 Sep 18
More fun! No sign of N robbing on these. It's uncomposted applied spring this year just after planting.
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Chip Chip 19 Sep 18
Heat on season is here. Get your fuel wood store stocked up with premium wood chip. Contact us today. sales@chipchip.co.uk
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Richard Burr 17 Nov 16
Whoever invented woodchip wall paper needs to end up in the Hague for crimes against humanity!
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Ben Raskin May 1
This is just great - Iain Tolhurst using compost for block propagation, yet more proof that we really do not need peat!
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re:heat 17 Apr 19
Want to hear how we reduced particulate from a 10 year old 1.2MW boiler by over 98%? Then read our latest case study :
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Woodsure 17 May 19
In June our team will be at the exhibition. Come along and find out about the range of services we offer. As well as the scheme, certification is available for , 🖱️
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Agricology Jan 30
New research page! The WOOFS project is trialling uncomposted v composted from on-farm woody resources as a . Read about the project & access some useful videos/audios/documents
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Farm Woodland Forum 7 Mar 19
Come and find out more about for soil health and other uses of this great material on 27 March
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Agricology 7 Feb 18
Could we (and should we) be specifically planting on our to supply for health?” , ,
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Agricology 24 Feb 19
Interesting insights from a trial evaluating the use of as a viable peat-free growing media for growers.
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Innovative Farmers 21 Feb 19
A hugely successful demo today. And the sun came out for us! Time to collect your and get testing. Exciting times 🌳🍎🍏
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Mike Haydon 20 Jan 19
Two days of 40C+ (105F) dry, windy weather, 3 days since I watered (water restrictions), yet none of the plants in my garden are showing any signs of dehydration. Bit of sunburn, but they're in full sun, so expected. Super impressed.
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Wood Heat Association Mar 26
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Wood Heat Association May 21
Bowland Bioenergy supplies & horse bedding across the NW from its base in Clitheroe. The company has achieved the highest Woodsure+ certification. Established 2005.
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David Zinn 18 Jun 18
Made a new friend at the Detroit Zoo yesterday. Cedar needs a manicure, but otherwise she’s fun to hang with.
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Soil Association Jan 9
Fred from talking about using instead of potting compost for seed propagation (with a little bit of vermiculite), as a fieldscale soil amendment and as a mulch. He's very convinced of the benefits!
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