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Meet Bridget Lynch
Mar 8, 2022
Today we celebrate just some of the amazing women within our organisation. Meet Bridget Lynch, Research Agronomist in Teagasc as she talks us through her career progression to date #IWD2022 #BreakTheBias @lyBRIDGET pic.twitter.com/a1eyryDDxK
— Teagasc (@teagasc) March 8, 2022
Protected Urea Research
Mar 3, 2022
In recent years, Clonakilty Agricultural College has been conducting plot-based research with Moorepark AGRIP on the use of fertiliser in intensive dairy systems. One grazing plot trial was carried out from 2019-2021 and compared the efficacy of CAN, Urea and NBPT-Urea. In total, there were four locations: Clonakilty, Moorepark, Athenry and Ballyhaise ACPweek22 This video was released as part of Agricultural Catchments Programme week 21-25 February 2022 and more information is at teagasc.ie/ACPweek22.
White Clover Research
Mar 3, 2022
The Agricultural Catchments Programme (ACP) has worked with a wide range of bodies since the start. Its science underpins initiatives by the National Federation of Group Water Schemes (NFGWS) in improve water quality in rural Ireland. ACPweek22 This video was released as part of Agricultural Catchments Programme week 21-25 February 2022 and more information is at teagasc.ie/ACPweek22.
Introduction to ACP Week 2022
Feb 23, 2022
During 21-25 February the Agricultural Catchments Programme (ACP) ran a week showcasing measures to improve Ireland's water quality. The theme of #ACPweek22 was 'Working together for water quality.' Speakers highlighted the broad range of work being done by the ACP and some of the organisations it has worked with since 2008. It featured research, advisory and technical work that the programme continues to deliver in partnership with the catchment farmers. ACPweek22 This video was released as part of Agricultural Catchments Programme week 21-25 February 2022 and more information is at teagasc.ie/ACPweek22.
Signpost Series - Biorefinery Glas & potential of the boieconomy to transform grassland agriculture
On this episode of The Signpost Series, which took place on Friday, 22 October, Mark Gibson, Head of Teagasc Outreach & Innovation Department was joined by James Gaffey, Munster Technological University (MTU); Johan Sanders, GRASSA and Wageningen University & Research; and Bridget Lynch, Teagasc to discuss Biorefinery Glas and the potential of the bioeconomy to transform grassland agriculture in Ireland. A questions and answers session took place at the end of the webinar, which was facilitated by Padraig Foley, Teagasc.