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WANT TO HEAR ABOUT THE REAL-WORLD APPLICATIONS OF AGTECH?

Tue 10, Jul 2018

Get along to the Ag Institute Australia Narrabri event 'Technology for the Northern Growing Region: Where are we now?' on 4 September!

The first in a planned series of North West Ag Institute Australia networking and information events brings together leaders in the agtech business and research space to discuss the current applications and availability of the latest technology and how it may improve your business and decision making.

Event Name:        AIA North West - Technology for the Northern Growing Region: Where are we now?

Date:                     Tuesday 4 September 2018

Time:                     6pm – 8pm

Venue:                  Narrabri Golf Club, Gibbons St, Narrabri, 2390

Cost:                     AIA members and students Free,  Non-members $10

More info:           admin@aginstitute.com.au

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Event information/Content overview:

We often hear about the latest and greatest in agtech, but what are the real-world implications for consultants, farmers and industry professionals? And how will this technology influence our approach to weed control and herbicide resistance?

The first in a planned series of North West AIA networking and information events brings together local leaders in the agtech and weeds research space with leading farmers from Western Australia to discuss their approach to technology, and the current applications and availability of the latest in weed control options and how it may improve your business and decision making. Hear from experience in different growing conditions and climates across Australia in Narrabri.

We’re happy to announce Lance Turner and Ray Harrington as the guest speakers from Western Australia.

About the Presenters: Dr Michael Walsh is an Associate Professor and Director of Weed Research with the University of Sydney. Michael has worked with the Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative where he focused on the research and development of harvest weed seed control (HWSC) systems including the development of the integrated Harrington Seed Destructor.

Ray Harrington is a broadacre mixed enterprise farmer from a property in Darkan, 200 km south east of Perth. Ray is the name behind the Harrington Seed Destructor, a game changing HWSC option. International experience in weeds management with speaking experience across the US wheatbelt and years of innovation, plus a great story or two will make for an excellent night.

Lance Turner farms a mixed enterprise near Corrigin, 230km east of Perth. Lance has travelled around the US and spoken about Australian cropping systems and the development of HWSC. An excellent fabricator and innovator, Lance has adopted many of the recent advancements in weed control technology.

 


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