Arable Crops Articles

  • Arable farm in Cornwall

    With large quantities of wind, the owner of this arable farm in England exploits the opportunities to produce his own energy and sell surplus back to the grid. Project cost: £62,000 - Estimated payback time: 6-7 years - Best monthly production: 3616 kWh Background This turbine site is a 100 acre farm for grass that is sold into the dairy supply chain. The farm is ...

    By Gaia-Wind Ltd.

  • Mitigation options for sediment and phosphorus loss from winter-sown arable crops

    Received for publication January 20, 2009. Sediment and P inputs to freshwaters from agriculture are a major problem in the United Kingdom (UK). This study investigated mitigation options for diffuse pollution losses from arable land. Field trials were undertaken at the hillslope scale over three winters at three UK sites with silt (Oxyaquic Hapludalf), sand (Udic Haplustept), and clay (Typic ...

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