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Showing 195 publications about Farming and rural

  1. Pesticide usage - soft fruit crops 2018: survey results

    Information from a survey of pesticide use on soft fruit crops grown in Scotland during 2018.

    Part of:
    Pesticide usage in Scotland
  2. Local level Brexit vulnerabilities in Scotland: Brexit Vulnerabilities Index (BVI)

    This research identifies areas of Scotland that are expected to be most vulnerable to the consequences of Brexit, and what drives those risks to support local authorities and other organisations in understanding local risks around EU exit.

  3. Cereal and oilseed rape harvest - first estimates: 2019

    Initial estimates of area, yield and production for winter and spring barley, wheat, oats and oilseed rape, for the 2019 harvest.

    Part of:
    Scottish cereal harvest: estimates
  4. Scottish Agricultural Census: June 2019

    Statistics regarding the area of crops and other farmland, livestock, agriculture workforce and rented farmland.

    Part of:
    Scottish Agricultural Census: results
  5. Food Processing, Marketing and Co-Operation Fund 2014-2020: evaluation

    Applicants’ and experts’ experiences of application and assessment procedures, and how the applicants' projects adhered to the objectives of the scheme and those of the Scottish Government.

  6. Farm Advisory Service: enhanced monitoring and evaluation

    This report was commissioned by the Scottish Government for Winning Moves to conduct a piece of research to explore the quality, focus and effectiveness of the Farm Advisory Service (FAS).

  7. Review of the environmental and socio-economic barriers and benefits to organic agriculture in Scotland

    Report of the research carried out by Harper Adams University, on behalf of the Scottish Government, into the environmental and socio-economic barriers and benefits to organic agriculture in Scotland.

  8. Review of the environmental and socio-economic barriers and benefits to organic agriculture in Scotland: summary report

    Summary report of the research carried out by Harper Adams University, on behalf of the Scottish Government, into the environmental and socio-economic barriers and benefits to organic agriculture in Scotland.

  9. Distillery by-products, livestock feed and bio-energy use: report

    We commissioned this report in response to concerns by livestock farmers about the impact of anaerobic digestion and bio-energy on the availability of distillery by-product for use as livestock feed in Scotland.

  10. Agriculture facts and figures: 2019

    Summary booklet of agricultural statistics produced by RESAS (Scottish Government).

    Part of:
    Agricultural facts and figures
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