Now showing items 1-15 of 15

    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    2009Analysis of socio-economic aspects of local and national organic farming markets  Lobley, M; Butler, A; Courtney, P; et al.
    29 September 2016Decision support tools for agriculture: Towards effective design and delivery  Rose, DC; Sutherland, WJ; Parker, C; et al.
    11 April 2012European agriculture since World War II : technical change in south-west England, 1940-1985  Brassley, P; Winter, M; Harvey, D; et al.
    1 February 2018Exploring the spatialities of technological and user re-scripting: The case of decision support tools in UK agriculture  Rose, DC; Morris, C; Lobley, M; et al.
    6 August 2012Farmers feeding the nation : processes of technical change and agricultural innovation in South West England (1937-1985)  Harvey, D; Brassley, A; Lobley, M; et al.
    10 December 2018"The good guys are doing it anyway": the accommodation of environmental concern among English and Welsh farmers  Wheeler, RM; Morris, C; Lobley, M; et al.
    2009“Habitat is just another crop”: Training and advice for agri-environmental management  Lobley, M; Saratsi, E; Winter, M
    29 November 2012Increased output in UK agriculture 1935-85: using Farm Management Survey data from south-west England to explore processes  Brassley, P; Butler, Allan; Harvey, D; et al.
    1 February 2018'It's definitely a good time to be a farmer': Understanding the changing dynamics of successor creation in late modern society  Chiswell, H; Lobley, M
    7 July 2011The origins of the farm management survey of England and Wales  Brassley, P; Harvey, D; Lobley, M; et al.
    11 March 2015Social and ecological drivers of success in agri-environment schemes: The roles of farmers and environmental context  Mccracken, ME; Woodcock, BA; Lobley, M; et al.
    8 April 2013Technical change in agriculture 1935-85: using Farm Management Survey data from south-west England to explore processes of technical change  Brassley, P; Harvey, D; Lobley, M; et al.
    9 August 2016Training as a social purpose: are economic and social benefits delivered?  Butler, A; Lobley, M
    2016Updating grassland fertiliser recommendations: principles and practice  Lobley, M; Newell Price, JP; Williams, JR
    25 August 2018What agricultural practices are most likely to deliver ‘sustainable intensification’ in the UK?  Dicks, LV; Rose, DC; Ang, F; et al.