The NFU has set the ambitious goal of reaching net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions across the whole of agriculture in England and Wales by 2040. At this online event we will hear from SoilEssentials, MIRICO and Agri-EPI about how to measure and manage greenhouse gasses in agriculture.
Who to attend
Whether you manage land, a farm, academic or technology developer on a collaborator in the agri-food supply chain this webinar is a must-attend to enable you to understand how agriculture can achieve net zero by 2040. Open to members and non-members of Agri-EPI.
Questions which will be explored by SoilEssentials’ Marcus Travers are: Why is there so much focus on farming and carbon from inside and outside the industry? What can farming take advantage of and how can it meet the needs of others? How can the farming industry understand the complexity of the carbon cycle at the farm level?
- 2pm | Welcome and Introductions
- 2.05pm | Understanding Carbon from the Field to the Whole Farm Soil Essentials
>Lead Crop Modeller, Marcus Travers
- 2.20pm | MIRICO /Methane Measurement
>Dr Sophie Purser, Commercial Manager, MIRICO
- 2.35pm | Measurement of Soil Flux as a Method of Understanding Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Soil
>Agri-EPI Centre, Crops Business Development Manager, Duncan Ross
- 2.50pm | Q & A
- 3pm | Close
Do you have a solution which could enable agriculture to achieve net zero by 2040 or curious to find out more about Agri-EPI’s work? Contact email@example.com to set-up a one-one.
Mirico, Agricultural activities contribute directly to climate change, primarily through emissions of methane and ammonia arising from rearing livestock, spreading manure and growing rice. Unlike many other systems, whose measurements would be affected by inclement weather, MIRICO’s instruments provide an advanced measurement capability under a wider range of environmental conditions, enabling accurate and continuous measurements over agricultural facilities. www.mirico.co.uk
SoilEssentials Ltd, the leading Scottish precision agriculture specialists, are based near the foot of the Angus Glens and make it their business to make a farmer’s life easier and more profitable by farming smarter. The two directors, Jim Wilson and Robert Ramsay, each have a working farm in Angus and a firm passion for all that is precision. With a heritage in farming practices, the ability to use and test their innovative products in-situ, is so important. With an extensive product and service portfolio, SoilEssentials Ltd complement this with their status as authorise Trimble dealer for Northern UK. http://www.soilessentials.com