Delay to Brexit, early aphids, backing British
Fishermen's fears on a delay to Brexit, and why a warm February means early aphids.
Fishermen's fears on a delay to Brexit: we hear from the Scottish Fishermen's Federation.
Aphids will be flying earlier this year. Research from AHDB suggests that crop destroying pests will be flying around ahead of the usual schedule, and perhaps not surprisingly it's down to the weather.
All this week we've been looking at where agriculture's new entrants will come from. Some of those new entrants are already thinking about consumers. Agriculture students at Reading University got involved with the industry's 'Back British Farming' campaign and brought it onto the campus.
Presented by Anna Hill and produced by Beatrice Fenton