The University of Newcastle and CHAP (Crop Health & Protection) are hosting a webinar that will focus specifically on how applying the principles of regen ag can incur a range of on-farm challenges but more importantly you will be able to learn how innovative tools & machinery can help overcome these hurdles.
This webinar aims to explore how the latest innovative tools and machinery can help to make the principles of regenerative agriculture an on-farm reality. The vast range of soil types, weather and topography experienced across the UK, means successfully integrating regen ag into existing farming systems can incur a range of challenges.
Following an introduction from Professor Jane Rickson, hear from Newcastle University’s Farms Director, James Standen, as he explains some of the challenges they have had to overcome in operating a regen ag-inspired system.
We discuss the Swedish System Chameleon drill and how its use can be adapted to suit bespoke farming systems and return on investment.
Dr David George, Reader in Precision Agronomy, introduces the new innovative tools that have recently arrived at Newcastle University via partnership with CHAP, and how you can access such technology.
- Professor Jane Rickson, Cranfield University
- James Standen, Farms Director, Newcastle University – Real-life challenges of regenerative agriculture
- Presentation on System Chameleon – speaker TBC
- Dr David George, Reader in Precision Agronomy, Newcastle University – The latest regen ag innovation, now available at Newcastle University
A high level of interest is expected, so highly recommend that you reserve your place as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
The webinar will conclude with a Q&A.