Grow more grass with the GrassMaster (FPSF)

23 September 2013 09:30 - 23 September 2013 15:30

Lauder

A practical day looking at increasing grass productivity through hands-on field assessment: providing guidance on rejuvenating, reseeding, and over-seeding; what varieties to sow and why; return on investment and aftercare of a new ley.

Speakers are Charlie Morgan, GrassMaster and Iain Eadie, British Seed Houses.

The day will also include a visit to Hillhouse Farm.

The event is free of charge to primary producers & £60.00 plus VAT to others. Places are limited and booking is essential so lunch and resource packs can be provided.

For further information please call Lyn on 0131 666 0847 or email lmatheson@soilassociation.org

Click here for a booking form.

With support from SRDP’s Skills Development Scheme & QMS

Click here for a video taken at the recent Carbeth Home Farm GrassMaster event, courtesy of QMS.

Organic catch up and cake (4-5pm)
After this event we’re inviting any organic farmers, or anyone interested in converting to organic, to an informal catch up chat -- with cake. We want to hear what is happening on your holding, and to find out if there is anything we can do to help you, as well as share a bit more on what we’re doing at Soil Association Scotland, and through the Scottish Organic Forum.

Even if you can’t make the full event, please let us know you plan to attend for the catch up session so we can make sure there is enough cake to go around.



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