The Artis Training programme, based at NIAB, Cambridge, has a range of opportunities during 2016. The first events included:
PR04 Crop management of vegetable brassicas, on 20th January, in Lincolnshire.
PR05 Crop management of root vegetables (carrots and parsnips), on 28th January in Norfolk.
PR06 Crop management of leafy salads, scheduled for 1st February in Cambridgeshire.
PR08 Crop management of bulb onions, on 17th February in Lincolnshire.
PR10 Recognising potato diseases and varieties, on 20th and 23rd June in Cambridgeshire.
R11 Crop management of protected salad crops, on 18th January in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
PR12 Understanding and optimising the use of biofumigants in rotations with vegetable and potato crops, on 12th January and 23rd March in Telford and Wrekin, Shropshire.
NM02 Principles of nutrient management in field vegetables, on 15th January in Cambridgeshire.
PR13 Monitoring potato crops for enhanced performance, on 3rd February in Cambridgeshire.
PR14 How to schedule irrigation effectively for potatoes, on 4th February in Cambridgeshire.
PR15 Understanding and optimising potato nutrition, on 4th February in Cambridgeshire.
PR16 Understanding potato crop growth stages, 3rd February, in Cambridgeshire.
FS04 Managing pesticides in fresh produce on 19th February in Kent and 24thMarch in Cambridgeshire
FS06 Micro risk management for fresh produce crops on 17th March in Cambridgeshire.
Further information and booking details at: www.artistraining.com