Regenerative agriculture entails sustainable farming methods that boost soil health, biodiversity, and help sequester carbon. This post explores key regenerative practices including mob grazing, minimizing soil disturbance, cover crops, agroforestry and monitoring soil health. Fieldmargin offers a suite of features that empower farmers to keep accurate records, evaluate their impact, and make data-driven decisions. Whether you're transitioning into regenerative agriculture or looking to optimize your existing practices, learn how Fieldmargin is the essential tool to ensure your sustainable farming efforts are both effective and efficient.
This article outlines how you can use fieldmargin to help with mapping out environmental stewardship plans for things like subsidies, Countryside Stewardship or Biodiversity Net Gain and then how you can keep records of management such as establishment, inputs used, grazing and keep photographic evidence.
Deepdale Farm is an arable farm on the North Norfolk Coast. The farm has sandy loam soils and overlooks Brancaster Staithe Harbour, Scolt Head Island and the salt marshes. They produce wheat, barley and beans and also have a tourism business and retail units as well as hosting music and other events such as outdoor theatre. … Continue reading How Deepdale Farm has moved from conventional, intensive production to agroenvironmental farming