Soils in Practice

8 November 2018

Euston Estates, Suffolk

Following the success of our inaugural event in 2017, Soils In Practice is returning for a one-day conference on Thursday, 8 November 2018 at Euston Estate, Suffolk, 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 perfect opportunity for farmers looking to learn more about managing their soil.

Farmers Weekly brings together experts and industry professionals from across the UK agricultural sector for the Soils in Practice conference. The aim of the event is to help farmers understand some of the practical steps that can be taken to measure and promote soil management in a sustainable farm setting.

Experts will present interactive theoretical and practical sessions on topics including: defining and measuring a ‘healthy soil’, compaction, soil management and pest mitigation techniques, cover crops and organic matter utilisation.

*There is an early bird pricing available to only regular tickets and subscriber & customer tickets until 31 August 2018.

What is available at the event?

  • Farm visit – receive hands-on experience by visiting one of the UK’s top farms to hear how they are overcoming genuine soil management challenges
  • Leading experts – gain critical insights and guidance from expert speakers, farmer case studies and research organisations /li>
  • Networking – meet like-minded colleagues from across the UK and share best-practice solutions and ideas for soils in practice
  • Practical sessions – interactive sessions looking at soil management with experts out in the field
  • Demo plots – Visit live demo plots at the event to hear the experts discuss everything from compaction and infiltration rates to avoiding recreational tillage
  • Exhibition – Explore the new exhibition area to meet with suppliers on the latest products and methods on soil health

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