Climate change and extreme weather events have become one of the major challenges faced by the arable sector.
This event which includes a farm visit to Mid Coul Farms, will bring together a selection of speakers who will discuss and demonstrate practices to mitigate the effects of both weather extremes – drought and flooding to ensure that moving forward, crop productivity is maintained.
- Harry Henderson, AHDB
- Gavin Elrick, SAC Consulting
- Gillian McKnight, SAC Consulting
- Robert Ramsay, Soil Essentials
The event will cover a range of topics including:
- Soil management to ensure resilience
- Cultivation options
- Crop choices
- Precision farming to maximise productivity
- Grant-funded environmental measures – how can your farm capitalise on the be desired outputs from management options that also offer an alternative income source?
This will be an interactive event relevant to all arable farmers who aim to make their businesses more resilient to the effects of climate change.
As lunch will be provided as part of the event you are asked to please use the booking form below to secure your place and allow us to arrange catering.
Since the afternoon session will include a visit to Mid Coul Farms, please bring warm clothing.
Bookings are no longer available for this event.
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