Registrations now open for Farming in the Future Forum
16 February 2021
Posted 16 February 2021.
Mallee Sustainable Farming in partnership with the Mallee and Coorong Advisory Committee and Pioneer will present the Farming in the Future Forum on Tuesday 2 March at Parilla Sporting Club.
Mallee and Coorong Advisory Committee Chair Roger Wickes said we are looking forward to hearing from technical experts and farmers who will share practical information and their own stories.
"We ask participants to meet at the corn pivot on Claypan Bore Road at 8.50 am. Registrations are essential to comply with COVID-19 regulations," Mr Wickes said.
Mallee Sustainable Farming Program Manager Tanja Morgan said our annual research update has a variety of different topics this year so we invite people to come along for the whole day or the sessions that interest them the most.
Topics covered at the forum include; a talk from Henk Vrolijks and Clint Rogers about growing corn/maize for silage, grain, and end-uses. Bayers, Tim Murphy will present on licensing stewardship agreement and genetically modified accreditation.
Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board General Manager Andrew Meddle will chat about what the board can do for you, and Brian Hughes will address soil acidity issues in the Mallee.
Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board District Officer Russell Norman will speak about weed control and progress so far with the roadside weed control program and the use of calicivirus for rabbit control.
In the afternoon, Mallee Sustainable Farming will be running a masterclass in deep ripping with Michael Moodie providing the latest findings from the research and University SA, Jack Desbiolles and Chris Saunders discussing the practicalities of machinery set up with an outdoor deep ripping tyne display.
If you are interested in coming along for the day or for a specific session, please email Mallee Sustainable Farming, Sonia Allen at email@example.com by Friday 26 February 2021.
The Mallee and Coorong Advisory Committee and this forum are supported by the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board through funding from the Landscape levies.
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