At the Forum for the Future of Agriculture (see previous posts below), we spoke to Ariel Brunner, BirdLife International‘s EU Agriculture Policy Officer, about the importance of farmers having the right knowledge when applying technology, and the ways in which farmers can acquire this knowledge (he talks about training, incentives and regulation). He highlights that, so far, industry has perhaps played the biggest roll in providing this training to farmers, but considering their clear vested interest, others should be involved to a greater extent. View his comments by clicking below.

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