Grassland Management - Wales / Rheoli Glaswelltir - Cymru

25 April 2013 10:00 - 25 April 2013 17:00

National Botanic Garden of Wales, Carmarthenshire, SA32 8HN /
Gardd Fotaneg Genedlaethol Cymru, Sir Gaerfyrddin, SA32 8HN

Directions - www.gardenofwales.org.uk/visitors-info/how-to-get-here

Join us on Thursday 25 April for a one day workshop on improving soil structure and fertility, optimizing productivity, grazing for health and much more.

Ymunwch â ni ar y 25 April am weithdy undydd ar wella strwythur a ffrwythlondeb y pridd, i sicrhau cynhyrchiant mor uchel â phosibl, pori i wella iechyd a llawer mwy.

Download flyer: English / Cymraeg.

To book your FREE place, contact Astrid Toner on 0117 9142400 or email producer.support@soilassociation.org.
(note - the free soil test offer has expired, but we are still open for bookings).

Agenda below.

 

Agenda

Chair: Haydn Evans

10.00 Coffee and Registration

10.30 Welcome and Introduction

10.40 Session 1 - Get to Grips with your Soils - Roger Hitchings, ORC

11.10 Questions and Answers

11.15 Session 2 - Planning your Ley - Charlie Morgan, Consultant

11.45 Questions and Answers

11.50 Session 3 - Using Forages to Improve Health - Johnny Bax, Biotal

12.25 Questions and Answers

12.30 Organic lunch and refreshments

13.30 Session 4 -

          a. Introduction - Hefin Jones, Farming Connect
          b. Soil Tests and What They Tell Us - Susan Buckingham, IBERS

15.00 Depart for farm walk

15.20 Digging a hole on farm

16.30 Close and departure (approximate)



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