HELP to make key crop input decisions following last year's dry season will be on offer at the annual Hart Field-Site Group's Getting the Crop In seminar at Influencers Church, Clare, on March 11.
Hart regional intern Jade Rose and Agronomy Solutions research agronomist Sean Mason will speak about making fertiliser decisions on the back of a dry 2019.
They will give an insight into the use of soil and plant testing data for better nutrient management to optimise fertiliser investments for growers.
Bulla Burra's John Gladigau is the keynote farmer speaker, and will discuss his farming operations, the impact of the drought, managing soil types and his recent Nuffield Scholar tour of the United Kingdom.
Hart's new research and extension manager Rebekah Allen will update on the Hart 2019 variety trials, including highlights from the Trials Results book.
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Market Check business development, advisory and marketing general manager Richard Perkins will provide an insight into the international grain market outlook and overseas production, as well as an update on United States-China trade relations.
Grain Growers regional coordinator SA David Evans will present on the Grains Sustainability Framework.
The SARDI pathology team will give a local root disease status update, with Marg Evans and Blake Gontar sharing their observations on diseases they are seeing in cereal and pulse crops.
Breakfast will be available from 8am, with sessions starting at 8.30am and finishing at 12.30pm.
- Details: Register at hartfieldsite.org.au
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