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The Seminar theme this year will be muck, with the focus on ways organic manures can be collected, stored, optimised and applied to maximise soil health and, ultimately, the performance of crops and grazing livestock.

Join us for our Dirty Discussions…

10:10am – 10:30am
Mark Clayton BSc Hons, MCIWEM, C Env, CTO, Qube Renewables
Capturing on-Farm Fugitive Gas and Reducing Energy Bills

10:50am – 11:10am
Finley Hawkins, Fertiliser Business Development Manager, Frontier
Making the most from your manures 

11:30am – 11:50am
Lisa Hambly, Head of Grassland & Forage Agronomy, Mole Valley Farmers
The Principles of Forage Crop Nutrition – Why you should be making the most of what you have 

12:10pm – 12:30pm
Liz Russell, Founder & MD, EnviroSystems
The Power of bugs in boosting slurry fertiliser value and a healthy farm BioCircle 

12:40pm – 1:00pm
Dr Henry Russell, Biochemist & Director, EnviroSystems
Defra funded research update into tackling slurry ammonia levels with microorganisms 

1:20pm – 1:40pm
Mark Clayton BSc Hons, MCIWEM, C Env, CTO, Qube Renewables
Capturing on-Farm Fugitive Gas and Reducing Energy Bills

2:00pm – 2:20pm
Tom Trapnell, Trainee Forage Agronomist, Mole Valley Farmers
The Practicalities of Forage Crop Nutrition – How to make the most of what you have

 

Our Seminars are kindly sponsored by Envirosystems