GRDC Grains Research Updates to move online for February/March
PRODUCTION ADVICE / NRM NEWS - FEBRUARY 2022 - AGRONOMY
By Kimberley Beer
Land Services Officer - Mixed Farming
P: 03 5881 9930 | M: 0439 531 306 | E: email@example.com
Looking to keep up to date with the latest Grains developments?
The February/March 2022 Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Updates will now be held online. While COVID may prevent the events from running face to face, the online events are still a fantastic opportunity for you to cherry-pick the topics you’re interested in, both from our area, as well as from the broader northern region.
‘I enjoy attending the updates. They have a diverse range of speakers who are experts in their field. I learn about new technologies and hear about emerging trends. The question times are also quite good, whether listening to other farmers questions or asking my own. It’s also a good opportunity to mix with other producers.’ - Mr Allan Clarke ‘Delbie Park’ Tocumwal
Registration is free for 19 webinars to be held from 15 February to 8 March, which will cover the latest topics from across the northern grains region as well as the most up-to-date research for the coming season. For a full list of webinars and topics, or to register, go to: https://www.icanrural.com.au/updates.html
Above: Trials at FAR Australia's crop technology centre at Wallendbeen, New South Wales, where researchers are exploring what is needed to push grain yields beyond 10 tonnes a hectare for wheat and 5t/ha for canola. Photo: Kat Fuhrman, FAR Australia.
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