EA issues guidance for landspreading during exceptionally dry weather

The Environment Agency (EA) has issued guidance which relaxes rules for farmers spreading slurry or milk on land during this summer’s exceptionally dry weather

Land spreading at a farm
Farmers can cause soil damage and water pollution if they spread slurry or milk during exceptional weather 

The Environment Agency (EA) has issued guidance which relaxes rules for farmers spreading slurry or milk on land during this summer’s exceptionally dry weather.

The guidance notes that farmers can cause soil damage and water pollution if they spread slurry or milk during exceptional weather or on unfavourable soil.

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