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Soil Health

Soil health is a fundamental part of British farming and the quality of food that is produced. Without fertile soil farmers can’t grow crops productively or feed their livestock efficiently and effectively. As a result, to increase production and maximise profitability, every farmer understands that protecting the soil health on their farm is essential. Investing in your soil is investing in your business.

Having healthy soil is also linked to the whole eco system in the countryside as the plants that grow in the soil contribute to creating the oxygen, we breath and the clean water we drink.

Farmers throughout Britain are working hard to ensure healthy soils and there are many other benefits of doing this, including improving water retention and drainage to support biodiversity and locking in carbon on the farm. An integral part of this is about understanding the soil type in your fields. This provides the basis for deciding what steps to take to improve the soil health. Eco Prospects can help with this.

We can advise you on new technologies and techniques that you can use to look after your soils in order to maintain the ecosystem, as well as ways to put back nutrients into the soil.

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Ben is passionate about products from waste to bring about change in resource management. very knowlegable and helpful problem solver but more importantly very honourable.

Michael Miller, Global Renewables.

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Worked with Ben finding land for Biosolids in Kent, Sussex and Hampshire. Ben’s ability to cultivate effective relationships with farmers and other stakeholders enabled him to deliver in a saturated and restricted market, that was being driven into negative value by the competition.

John Buckoe, Viridor,

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I have worked with Ben for three years on a number of project and business development initiatives. Ben stands out in my opinion for his creativity, his focus on developing bespoke solutions for customers and his determination to drive projects forward.

Jonathan Crampin, Veolia,

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Ben came to the farm with a great knowledge of agriculture and was able to understand not only my business but what was practical and achievable. Ben’s work was of a very high quality and depth and he was able to aid me in pointing out my weaknesses and my needs in driving my business forwards.

David Bushby, Watson Hill Farm, Egremont, Cumbria

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