Soils in Practice

Soils In Practice brings together a one-day conference providing a platform for those in the agricultural industry to discuss the latest advances in soil fertility and best practice in soil management. Register now for the opportunity to learn the latest developments in soil health.

This conference will provide the unique opportunity for farmers who want to know more about managing their soil, from preventing erosion and compaction to maintaining and enriching nutrient levels.

Soil is one of the farmer’s most valuable resources, playing a vital role in crop production and food security. The conference will bring together farmers, scientists and agricultural organisations to discuss the latest thinking and techniques on soil sustainability.

Corporate tickets

  • Arable business attendees only
  • Purchase this ticket until the day of the event
  • Standard access to the event
  • Invite to the pre- and post-event meet and greet
  • Access to event presentations
Register for 2018

Regular tickets

  • Farmers without a Farmers Weekly subscription
  • Access to the event
  • Invitation to the pre- and post-event meet and greet
  • Access to event presentations
Register for 2018

What is available at the event?

Farmers Weekly bring delegates a mixture of up-to-date insight and practical case studies showcasing success stories of farmers who have adopted best-practice solutions for enhancing their soil fertility.

Programme highlights include:

  • Farm visit – receive hands-on experience by visiting an on-site farm to hear real challenges and how they are overcoming these factors
  • Leading experts – gain critical insights and guidance from expert speakers and companies
  • Networking – meet like-minded colleagues from across the UK and share best-practice solutions and ideas for soils in practice

Attend the conference to:

  • To share ideas on the latest advances in soil fertility
  • Network and collaborate with delegates to achieve viable fertility management
  • Learn how to overcome factors that damage soil fertility
  • Discover how to improve soil through no-till, cover crops and livestock in rotation
  • Listen to success stories from other farmers
  • Visit a local arable farm to see how best practice can be adopted
  • Hear key speakers and panels discuss the latest innovations in soil practice

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