FAR Conference registrations open now!
A Scottish cereal disease expert, New Zealand’s Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, a toxicology expert and a future-focused farm consultant will all give keynote addresses at the FAR Conference, New Zealand arable industry’s premier event, in June.
Research Leading Change is the theme for FAR’s conference, which is being held at Lincoln University at the end of June (27-28 June, 2019). Organiser Anna Heslop says the theme was selected to highlight the role of research in identifying the origin of a range of production and environmental issues and in finding solutions for them.
The conference will have three formal sessions, an afternoon of field visits and a conference dinner. The sessions will focus on Soil Water and Nutrients; Crop Protection and Innovation and Technology.
We are pleased to announce our keynote speakers are Professor Fiona Burnett, who chairs the UK Fungicide Resistance Action Group; the Hon Simon Upton, New Zealand’s Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment, Professor Ian Shaw, a toxicology expert from Canterbury University, and Andy Macfarlane, from Macfarlane Rural Business.
For full details and to register, go to the Events page on this website.