Boosting on farm nitrogen fixation in pulses workshop - Pyramid Hill
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Are your pulses and pasture legumes fixing nitrogen to their full potential?
Is your soil biology, crop protection chemicals or sowing practices affecting nodulation?
Keen to unlock the secrets of best practice inoculation?
Hear from leading researchers on inoculation, nodulation and nitrogen fixation of pulse crops such as chickpeas, lupins, lentils and faba beans at an upcoming FREE technical workshop.
SARDI researchers Dr Liz Farquharson and Ross Ballard and independent consultant Dr Maarten Ryder will be sharing their insights on getting the best results from inoculation, dry sowing and acid tolerance challenges, and optimising nodulation.
In addition, a local adviser will be presenting region-specific information relating to optimising crop growth to maximise pulse production, including chemical inputs, disease management, fertiliser, soil types and constraints.
All participants will receive copies of Inoculating Legumes: APractical Guide and Inoculating legumes: The Back Pocket Guide.