Video: Integrated Pest Management in Wheat with Paul Temple


GFN member Paul Temple from the United Kingdom is featured in this short video from CropLife International. It’s part of a series of short informative videos he did compiled in late 2018.

“Paul Temple is a third-generation beef and arable farmer in Yorkshire UK. Located on the East Coast of England, Paul’s farm faces many challenges from changing weather patterns to pests and diseases like slugs, beetles, and weeds. Find out how he Integrated Pest Management and sustainable farming practices to tackle these challenges. For more information and to view other videos you can also visit Paul’s Crop Protector page:… “

Paul M. Temple

Paul M. Temple

Paul Temple volunteers as a Vice-Chairman for the Global Farmer Network and farms in the north of England in the United Kingdom. The farm practices conservation agriculture on a mixed beef and arable family farm. Paul grows wheat for seed, barley, oilseed rape, vining peas and beans. They've recently added grass leys back into the arable rotation. On the beef side they utilise a wide range of environmental grasses with suckler cattle, rearing calves that are either fattened or sold as stores. Additionally, the farm is in a high level environmental scheme with educational access.

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