All roads in the Mid North seemed to lead to the Hart Field Day with more than 650 visitors through the gate, all keen to see how the field trials were progressing for 2019.
There was plenty of topical information on this year's program also drawing people in, with the genetically modified canola debate and information sessions about canola varieties proving to be popular with patrons.
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The official launch of the state-of-the-art iMapPESTS Sentinel pest and disease surveillance unit was led by SARDI's Rohan Kimber. The Sentinel unit was set up at Hart, where it will remain in operation throughout spring.
In all, there were 22 rolling sessions throughout the field day, enabling visitors to build their own individualised program for the event.
These photographs were supplied.
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