$theme.include($top_head_include) Skip to Content
The ‘Working together for sustainable Agri-Water in the East of England’ report draws on the work of the Agritech Water Cluster and our partners and sets out the drivers of water use in the East of England in the context of UK and global challenges; investigates opportunities and mechanisms for collaboration and outlines research priorities and business opportunities.

Agri-Tech East GROW Business Plan Competition

The GROW Agri-Tech Business Plan Competition is aimed at encouraging entrepreneurial thinking into the industry. Open to all UEA Staff and Students. You are  invited to submit a 12-page...

More Wine

With all this warm weather, perhaps we will see more vineyards being planted in East Anglia. Currently the area covered by vines in Norfolk & Suffolk is fairly small, but research by...

Slug it Out Year 2

The Anglian Water Slug it Out metaldehyde-reduction scheme has been extended into year two and with an additional reservoir, Rutland water. Anglian Water say ”The trial will continue for a...

Biobed reduces pesticides after vehicle wash-down

Research by UEA academics, in partnership with the Environment Agency, farm managers and precision farming experts Farm Systems & Environment, found that a lined compost-straw-topsoil biobed...

Biobed best practice - from Essex & Suffollk Water

Biobeds have been trialled by Essex & Suffolk Water with farmers in the Chelmer & Blackwater, Bure, Waveney and Stour catchments. The water company report says ‘Pesticide...

Harnessing the power of local communities in river monitoring

Dr Sarah Taigel from the UEA, is exploring how to unlock the potential of community groups, volunteers and schools to capture information on rivers and their surroundings, with an easy to use...