Ed provides independent, holistic agronomy advice to a diverse network of farming businesses, predominantly across the West Midlands and Midlands. He specialises in the practical implementation of agroecological farming practices and is passionate about producing high yielding, healthy crops in systems which benefit the environment. Ed also provides support and training on agroecology to other agronomists and farmers around the UK.
Tracking the journey of a Shropshire farm from intensive pig and arable production to a regenerative cropping and extensive pig system. Ian Robertson will talk about gaining an in-depth baseline understanding of soil health as a starting point before Ed Brown demonstrates the power of that information when implementing a new, regenerative farming system. Harry […]
Highlighting the ability to grow potatoes in a regenerative way, producing good quality yields from good soil analysis, management, reduction in inputs but maintaining yields.