NRM partners with NFU to improve accessibility of soil carbon measurement


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NRM partners with NFU to improve accessibility of soil carbon measurement

UK agricultural analysis laboratory NRM has teamed up with the NFU to offer its members a discount to measure their soil carbon. As part of the agreement, NFU members get 10% off NRM’s CarbonCheck and CarbonCheck Plus packages.

This new service measures organic and active carbon as part of a comprehensive analysis suite and enables farmers to benchmark their soil health. 

NFU President Minette Batters (pictured) said: "The agricultural industry is in a unique position as it is both a source of greenhouse gas emissions and a sink of carbon. As part of our ambition for UK agriculture to achieve net zero by 2040, we have partnered with NRM to give our members a 10% discount on its CarbonCheck services because we know farmers are keen to better understand where they are now, and measure progress to help us meet our ambition and support the planet."

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If you are an NFU member and want to take advantage of the deal, click here  for the next steps.

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