The coming week will be an action-packed one for tillage webinars. Since the COVID-19 pandemic began nearly a year ago, conference organisers have had to adapt considerably.
As a result, growers are now spoilt for choice when it comes to tillage conferences. As spring kicks into gear this week, there are multiple online conferences taking place which will be worth tuning into.
Below is a rundown of the main conferences taking place this week:
Teagasc crop agronomy webinar - 2 March 11.30am
Continuing their run of crop online events, Teagasc are holding their first of a series of crop agronomy webinars on Tuesday March 2 at 11:30am.
Teagasc researchers, specialists and advisors will update viewers on crop agronomy for the coming weeks.
Advice on nitrogen, P and K, PGR and disease control will all be discussed. The following crops and programmes will be in focus:
Each section will be followed by a questions and answers session. Pre-registration is required. You can register for the webinar here.
Ulster Arable Society conference – 3 March 8pm
The annual Ulster Arable Society (UAS), Ulster’s Farmers Union and Cafre arable conference will move online this year and will take place on Wednesday 3 March from 8pm. The focus of this year’s conference is on regenerating your soil.
The speakers and topics which will be covered during the event include:
Pre-registration for this event can be done by following this link.
ITLUS Spring Webinar – 4 March 11:30am
The Irish Tillage and Land Use Society are holding their annual spring webinar online on Thursday 4 March at 11:30am. The webinar will cover a wide range of topics and there will be opportunities to engage and ask questions throughout. The agenda, speakers and topics for Thursday’s webinar include:
To join the webinar, follow this link.
From the Tramlines technical discussion with Wolftrax - 4 March 8pm
The Irish Farmers Journal will hold its first From the Tramlines technical discussion of the year on Thursday 4 March at 8pm.
The webinar will see an informative and lively discussion about the role of micronutrients in Irish crop production, with a focus on Wolftrax.
Wolftrax uses Dry Dispersible Powder (DDP) technology to deliver micronutrients to crops. The webinar will delve into the science behind the technology, discuss the spout and broadcast application when sowing in terms of efficacy, fertiliser dressing vs foliar application and much more.
There will also be a discussion on Irish trial results which were conducted by Goulding Fertiliser, Wolftrax and NUIG.
The webinar will be a discussion style format and participants include:
The webinar is free to watch on the Irish Farmers Journal website and no preregistration is required.
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