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€10,000 further-study fellowship launched by ASA
Noel Bardon
The fellowship will grant the successful applicant the opportunity to learn from innovators and experts around the world.
ASA – supporting graduates throughout their career and beyond
The Agricultural Science Association has long been known as the professional body representing the interests of graduates of agricultural, horticultural, forestry, environmental and food science.
20 February 2022 News
56% increase in female students studying agricultural science for Leaving Cert
More and more female secondary school students are deciding to study agricultural science.
Irish grasslands emit more carbon than they sequester – Teagasc
A Teagasc researcher has said that a number of changes in how scientists measure greenhouse gases will have an impact on the agricultural sector.
7 February 2022 News
Dairy processors should pay a bonus for sustainable milk – McConalogue
Minister McConalogue said the next decade for Irish agriculture is about adding value, rather than more volume, when it comes to the food produced.
3 February 2022 News
Taking a closer look at the organic market
The Government aims to increase the area under organic farming in Ireland from less than 2% to 7.5%.
1 January 2022 News
Jack Nolan leaving the nitrates division
The senior inspector with the Department of Agriculture is moving to organics and will be replaced by Ted Massey.
8 December 2021 Dealer
Irish market for organic up 17.7% in 2020
Séamus McMenamin of Bord Bia was speaking on a webinar held by the Agricultural Science Association.
1 December 2021 News
Watch back: Ifac budget webinar – what you need to know
Watch back the webinar in which the ASA, Ifac and Irish Farmers Journal experts analysed the effect of the budget.
8 October 2021 News
Learn from the past to combat climate change - Glenisk director
Ger Cleary said it was a natural step for Glenisk to go into organics because that was how it perceived the market was going.
11 September 2021 News
George Ramsbottom elected 72nd president of the ASA
George Ramsbottom succeeds Anne Marie Butler to become the new president of the Agricultural Science Association (ASA).
10 September 2021 News
ASA conference: New methane-reducing technologies coming to market rapidly
Dr Harry Clark, director of the New Zealand Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Research Centre, is very optimistic about the development of methane-reducing technology that will not affect animal output.
10 September 2021 News