Category: Digestate

How your farm could benefit from agricultural contracting this spring. 

23rd January 2020

Spring is, arguably, one of the busiest times in a farmer’s calendar. Calving and lambing are well underway during the spring months, whilst slurry spreading, drilling, sowing, fertilising, crop-spraying, sheep dipping and many more tasks are added to the list of to-dos to help prepare the farm and arable

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Agricultural contracting: The benefits of utilising local digestate storage in 2020

14th January 2020

Are you planning on joining the growing number of farmers making the switch to digestate in 2020? As we covered in our last blog, there are many benefits to implementing digestate solutions on your land. From increased crop growth, improved soil quality and enhanced local ecosystems, digestate can be

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3 reasons why you should make the switch to digestate in 2020

11th December 2019

Digestate use is on the rise on farms across the UK, and is set to continue to “spread” in popularity as an alternative to artificial fertilisers in 2020. In 2018 alone AWSM Recycling spread 325,000 tonnes of digestate, a number that is on the rise. Digestate is a waste

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Spreading for Success: When is the best time to conduct digestate spreading?

30th August 2019

As the popularity of digestate has grown, so too has the number of farmers choosing to implement their own digestate solutions. Many farms are now favouring digestate spreading over traditional spreading methods, like slurry or artificial fertilisers.  According to Farmers Weekly, using anaerobic digestate to feed arable crops can

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