WITH ONLY one month to go before the first of this year’s Crops Conferences, make sure you book early to avoid missing out.

‘Seizing control – Creating success in a global market’ will be the theme of the two conferences, which will be held in Perth, Scotland and Linton, Cambridgeshire on 16 and 23 November respectively.

Lord Bach will be among the speakers at Linton, giving the government’s view on agricultural policy for English growers.

Scottish growers will be able to listen to Scottish MEP, Andrew Arbuckle setting out the political vision for agriculture in Scotland.

The former US Department of Agriculture’s Jim Grueff will also give his views on the World Trade Organisation and international trade from a US standpoint.

Six BASIS points are available to those attending either of this year’s conferences.

Click here for the full conference programme and registration form.