WEBINAR: Understanding fertilisers, carbon emissions and what you can do to reduce them

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Tuesday 2 March 2021

12pm - 1pm


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Understanding the impact of fertilisers and organic materials have on the carbon footprint of your farm is important both in environmental and financial terms.

Anne Bhogal and Christina Baxter of ADAS will look at how farmers maximise the efficiency of organic materials and fertilisers, understanding how nutrient management can potentially reduce the use of fertilisers as well as the added benefits, such as reduced costs and building soil organic matter.

A Q&A session will be chaired by Tim Kerr from Hutchinsons. During this session, the panel will discuss practical options on how to create a nutrient management plan and how to manage the use of fertilisers on farm.

Event date: 02/03/2021 12:00 - 13:00 Export event

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