Integrated Nitrogen Management

iCASP held a workshop on Integrated Nitrogen Management (INM) in March 2019. Forty stakeholders attended from the farming, agricultural policy and scientific research sectors to explore issues around INM including maximising resource efficiency and farm productivity while protecting biodiversity, air, soil and water.

You can download the briefing note that summarises the workshop discussions.

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