Dr Hannah Bowley
Hannah is a soil scientist with a background in chemistry and environmental science. For her PhD she investigated the influence of soil components on movement and uptake of iodine, an element essential for healthy development in cattle, humans and other mammals.
Within CMI and now Dyson Farming Research, Hannah has focused on the interactions of nutrients and organic matter in soil, communicating the results in reports and presentations to client groups. Hannah is involved in soil training sessions and also runs the statistical analysis of cultivar yield databases and performs synthesis of trials and research information to assess agrochemical products.