Burdekin legume agronomy workshops – 2019
Soybeans, mungbeans, peanuts... which is best and how do you grow them well?
SRA invites Burdekin growers and advisors to discuss legume fallow options to benefit sugarcane farming systems.
THESE WORKSHOPS PROVIDE A CHANCE TO HEAR A RANGE OF PERSPECTIVES ALL IN THE ONE DAY.
- Agronomic management: perspectives from local and industry agronomists
- Benefits of legume crops in the sugarcane farming system
- Production costs and economic benefits
- Tips for successful grain handling and storage
- Grower experiences
When and where:
Choose a workshop that best fits your schedule
Tuesday 29 October / 8am - 12.30pm Paul Villis’ shed, 589 Beach Road, Ayr (morning tea and lunch provided)
Tuesday 29 October / 1.30pm - 6pm
Willy Lucas’ shed, 142 Osborne Road, Home Hill (afternoon tea and post event bbq provided)
Wednesday 30 October / 3pm Soy Australia – New soybean variety information and field inspection of crops. Finishing with refreshments at Claredale Pastures, Mio College. Details and RSVP: Simon Crane firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (03) 5448 3881
Thursday 31 October / 1pm - 5.30pm
Cy Kovacich’s shed, 828 Pelican Road, Mona Park (afternoon tea and post event bbq provided)
Friday 1 November / 8am - 12.30pm
Andrew Cross’ shed, 238 Upper Haughton Road, Giru (morning tea and lunch provided)
Terry Granshaw (BPS), Brent Wilson (Landmark), Paul McIntosh (Pulse Australia), Caleb Connolly, Brock Dembowski and Neil Halpin (DAF) and Danielle Skocaj (SRA)
RSVP to: Samantha Ryalls, SRA Communications Officer T: 07 3331 3308 E: email@example.com