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National Soil Symposium 2014

Save the date - Tuesday 25 November
at St Johns Hotel, 651 Warwick Rd, Solihull, West Midlands B91 1AT

Soil Symposium

National Soil Symposium 2013

@Bristol, Bristol - 13 & 14 November 2013

Our two-day event for progressive farmers and growers, offered practical advice on soil management techniques for improved plant nutrition and livestock health.

Our speakers included...

  • Professor Wilfred Otten, University of Abertay, Dundee
  • Professor Michael Raviv, Agricultural Research Organisation, Israel
  • Professor Lorna Dawson, The James Hutton Institute
  • David Younie, Author of Grassland Management for Organic Farmers
  • Rob Corlett, Pollybell Organic Farm
  • Dr Jerry Knox, Cranfield University
  • George Ferguson, Mayor of Bristol
  • and many more...

You can keep track of what happened at the conference via:

Please contact Astrid Toner at producer.support@soilassociation.org with any queries regarding this event.

2012 Soil Symposium

Find out what happened last year in our 2012 Soil Symposium pages.

"An excellent event, if only I had been on it when I started out on the Organic journey seven years ago our soils would be in a better state now. Should be a must for any new entrant to Organic Farming before they can claim any subsidy"
Charles Hunter Smart, Bradwell Grove Estate (2012)

"Well organised, and delivered, informative and very relevant"
Nick Shaylor (2012)

"Wonderful event, thanks to all especially those who sponsored the places"
Lauren Macadie, Apprentice (2012)

 

Sponsors

British Society of Soil ScienceCarbon GoldParticle ProductionsWestern SeedsWoodland TrustYour Day FoundationAbacus OrganicLow Carbon FarmingNRM LaboratoriesFarm Carbon Cutting Toolkit

This event is supported by the Royal Agricultural University and partners under the Skills Programme, a Rural Development Programme for England funded initiative.

Royal Agricultural University   Defra

Supported by the Duchy Originals Future Farming Programme

We would like to thank all of our sponsors for supporting this event. Without their kind support, we would have been unable to offer a reduced ticket price to delegates.