We are part of a cluster. It sounds interesting I know and conjures up all sorts of images as to what we could be getting up to. The Christmas Common Cluster is a group of farmers and landowners who have got together to work on environmental projects in our area. By working collectively, as well as on our own projects, we can deliver more for … Continue reading Clusters and Combines.
As the Christmas decorations are returned to the loft and the tree is cast out to wait for recycling, it is a poignant moment as once again we head back into lockdown. Could this be the start of our own special groundhog day, where time stands still and we go round in an endless loop? Or should we break out of this melancholy, briefly look … Continue reading Goodbye 2020. Hello 2021
My wife Liz decided she would have a go at dry January, but not until after her birthday! Technically she managed 21 days dry, which was considerably more than the weather achieved, as can be seen from our Sencrop data above. Our 5 year average for January is 70 mm, but this is distorted somewhat by the 29mm recorded in 2019. When just a … Continue reading Dry January and a mad March.