Herbal Ley Stakeholder Meeting

Posted: 19th May 2022

The Herbal Ley Stakeholder Meeting, at FarmED this week, was organised by the Soil Association and Fabulous Farmers and aims to provide information, knowledge exchange and support for those looking to explore the use of Herbal Leys. The meeting was attended by farmers and advisors on grazing ...
The Amphitheatre at Berrybank Park, the stunning new outdoor performance space in the Cotswolds, is covered in Cotswold Seeds Wild Flora & Hardwearing Lawn mixtures.  The five grassed tiers are each wide enough for picnic blankets, deckchairs and camping chairs. Hard Wearing Lawn with ...
 
We are proud sponsors of The Soil Farmer of the Year competition 2022, organised by the Farm Carbon Cutting Toolkit (FCCT) and Innovation for Agriculture (IfA). The 2022 shortlist has now been ...

No Till Crimper Roller Experiment 

Posted: 12th May 2022

  We have had numerous enquiries about using the No Till Crimper Roller method to terminate cover crops, and we learnt some important 'do's and 'don'ts' during our experiment at Honeydale Farm (now FarmED) a few years ago.  As the name implies, the Crimper Roller offers a way of ...

Is it Warm Enough to Sow?

Posted: 6th April 2022

We get a lot of phone calls from eager customers early in the Spring season who are ready to sow their Cotswold Seeds but don't know whether soil is warm enough for germination to be effective. This handy graphic should explain everything you need to know in a very simple format to make sure you ...

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