New courses for future agriculture leaders, the fall armyworm, a pilot scheme to detoxify water, animal feed shortages
New courses are to be launched by the Royal Agricultural University which it says will prepare future leaders of agriculture for farming post-Brexit.
How treating pollution from old mine workings could provide a solution for cleaner British rivers.
A pest which is considered one of the most damaging in America landed in Africa just two years ago and has now spread across the continent. The fall armyworm is the larva of a moth which can fly 300 miles before they lay their eggs. There are fears the larvae could spread north into Europe.
And Andrew Ward from the charity, Forage Aid, warns farmers to plan for animal feed shortages caused by bad weather.
Presented by Anna Hill and produced by Beatrice Fenton.