Emma Campbell finds out about the lavender harvest at a farm in the Cotswolds.
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Why UK fruit growing is no longer withering on the bough. Presented by Sally Challoner.
The countryside braces itself for a badger cull.
Scottish first minister wants clearer labelling in supermarkets.
The row over who should have the final say over millions of pounds of farm levy spending.
Scientists say a new TB test for badgers could be a breakthough in the Bovine TB saga.
The latest news about food, farming and the countryside. Presented by Sybil Ruscoe.
What does it take for farm tourism businesses to succeed? Sybil Ruscoe finds out.
How condensing wildlife in to a smaller area could be win-win for farmers.
The government reveals its new rural productivity plan. With Felicity Evans.
UK lamb exports to Europe are being hit by the strength of the pound.
Secretary of state Liz Truss wants clearer supermarket labelling on dairy products.
Potato growers respond to the Scottish government's plans to ban GM crops.
Sybil Ruscoe explores the ongoing dairy crisis from a farm in Gloucestershire.
Could the culling of dairy herds help to solve the UK's over-production of milk?
With falling dairy prices, Sybil Ruscoe asks about the role of the quango AHDB Dairy.
Milk processors and supermarkets address dairy farmers' concerns over low milk prices.
Farmer protests gather pace, but should they just stop complaining?
UK farming unions meet to discuss falling milk and lamb prices. With Felicity Evans.
Harvest 2015 is underway. Felicity Evans checks progress in the Cotswolds.
With the dairy industry in meltdown, can farmer protests make a difference?
Can new rules stop the decline of sea bass? Presented by Charlotte Smith.
Caz Graham hears the latest on new protests by farmers against low lamb and milk prices.
A Scottish fishing company loses £100,000 because of trouble in Calais. With Caz Graham.
Harvest 2015, and the Scottish farmers scared to go into their fields for fear of rustlers
Charlotte Smith reports from the CLA Game Fair in Yorkshire.