Soil & Water Management Centre

Developing & improving your soils

Catchment Sensitive Farming (CSF) workshop presentations

2016-17

Summaries of the presentations given at the CSF workshops around the country by Innovation for Agriculture (IfA) from late 2016 to March 2017 are now available. They are divided into four subject areas and are an excellent read, providing simple but informative information in a concise manner built into the illustrative slides. In just 15 minutes one can have a good appreciation of the subject matter across all the topic areas. They are available from the links under the following subject headings and in the order in which they should be read.

1. Understanding Soil Health

2. Soil Biology

3. Building Soil Health

4. Measuring Soil Health


CSF workshop presentations 2015-16

The workshops covered the following topics (numbers in brackets denote number held:
  • Cover crops (2)
  • Soil biology (11)
  • Soil management (7)
Presentations from the 2015-16 workshops (and those from the previous winter period) are available below. Where the presentations from the workshops are specific to particular venues, the title of the presentation will have the venue name after it.

Presentations from Soil Biology workshops

Presentations from Soil Management workshops

Presentations from Cover Crop workshops


The SWMC is indebted to its research and commercial partners for providing speakers for these events at little or no cost. These partners include:

CSF Workshop presentations 2014-15

For the last 3 years, the Soil & Water Management Centre has worked with Catchment Sensitive Farming to deliver a range of soil related workshops to farmers across the UK. The workshops are hugely successful with many hundreds of farmers attending them.

The presentations from some of the workshops can be found by clicking the links below.

Fueling Soil Life - Matthew Sheppard

Assessing and Repairing Structural Damage - Dick Godwin

Assessing and repairing structural damage - Ian Beecher-Jones

Cultivations - opportunities timing and threats - Dick Godwin

Soil Biology - Tom Sizmur

Soil structure-Shawbury - Tim Chamen

Soil structure-Worfield - Tim Chamen

Wheeling management - Tim Chamen

Soil management for grass growth - George Fisher

CSF Works

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