Cereal trial site and crop production open day in Yorkshire

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Leading agronomy firm ProCam is hosting a cereals variety and crop production open day at its trials site at the Stockbridge Technology Centre in Yorkshire on Friday 17th June.

The open day, which is open to all*, will give attendees an insight into ProCam’s ongoing plant nutrition and crop protection research.

Tours of the trial site will commence at 10am and 1:30pm and will include an exclusive first look at current and future winter wheat and winter barley varieties. The tours will also include an herbicide weed screen demonstration as well as an introduction to ProCam’s variety selector tool and the latest findings from the agronomy firm’s research into the interaction between seeding rates and drilling dates.

Highlighting nutrition

The open day will also highlight ProCam’s research into nutrition, fungicide and varietal interactions. Discussions will also focus on the latest drilling and cultivation techniques including direct drill comparisons and re-generative farming methods.

The event will give visitors an opportunity to talk to ProCam’s seed and agronomy teams about the latest ProCam 4Cast findings which use real-world crop production and agronomy data to identify national trends and regional variations to ensure agronomy recommendations are tailored to achieve the best results for individual locations.

Full details of the event are as follows:

Date:               Friday 17th June 2022

Location:        Stockbridge Technology Centre, Cawood, Yorkshire, YO8 3TZ

Tour times:    10:00am and 1:30pm

Lunch:            Available from 12 noon

*All visitors are required to pre-register for the event: to confirm your attendance please send an email stating your preferred tour time to cawoodevent@procam.co.uk or register online at www.procam7.wixsite.com/cawood-open-day-2022

Attendees to the open day will also be eligible to receive BASIS and NROSO points.

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