Farmers Weekly Podcast Episode 83: Pesticide problems and world’s largest vertical farm

In this episode, scientists call for stricter pesticide testing rules following concern that some co-formulated products are bad for bumblebees.

With plans to build the world’s largest vertical farm in Norfolk, we ask – should your farm reach for the sky too?

There’s more on methane – with livestock farmers divided over the best way to combat climate change.

On the markets – wheat prices continue to surge ahead – despite concerns over quality. How high will they go and for how long?

And we meet the Yorkshire shepherdess in Boots and Heels – a new podcast series coming your way from Farmers Weekly.

Listen to all of series one and the first episode of the new series of Boots and Heels

 

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