This technical seminar, chaired by Mr Tom Bradshaw, Essex Arable Farmer and NFU Crops Board Chairman, at the Farmers Club on Monday 24 September 2018, organised by the Farmers Club and the British Crop Production Council, will consider the likely outcome of this year’s harvest, the global position impacting on supply and demand, and the prospects for the UK industry after it leaves European Union. It will also focus on ways for growers to remain profitable against the combined background of the Government’s 25 year environment plan, trading outside the EU framework and possible changes in farm support. Places are priced at £37.50 inc coffee, lunch & tea.
Chairman: Tom Bradshaw, Essex Arable Farmer and NFU Crops Board Chairman
10:30-11:00 – Registration and Coffee
11:00 The UK 2018 harvest: Cecilia Pryce, Head of Research, Openfield Agriculture
11:30 The performance of our global competitors: Cecilia Pryce, Openfield Agriculture
12:00 Biostimulants – a possible solution? Kate Storer, Research Scientist Crop Physiology, ADAS, High Mowthorpe
12:30 In the buyers’ view: Alex Waugh, Director General, National Association of Millers and Bakers
1:00-2:00 Lunch: hot & cold fork buffet
2:00 Implications for the UK’s livestock industry: Jack Watts, NFU Combinable Crops Adviser
2:30 Making every hectare count: Matt Ward, Services Leader, Hutchinsons Omnia Precision Agronomy
All applications should be received by Friday 24th August. Your places will not be confirmed until Tuesday 28th August.
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