We are delighted to confirm that visitors will be able to collect NRoSO points at the Midlands Machinery Show. Registration takes place outside the Seminar Room in the Lady Eastwood Centre so don’t forget to come along and register for your points.
Exhibitor numbers are ahead of this time last year and we are very pleased to welcome 40 new trade stands to the Show. Exhibitor names, websites and a brief description of their business can be found under the Exhibitor List.
The Seminar Timetable for both days is:
10.00am J R H Water Management
11.00am IFA – Soil Life: The biology beneath your feet
12.00noon Brown & Butlin Sprayer – Ed Barnett: ‘Challenges of spring cropping on heavy soils’
1.00pm David Spilsbury – Health & Safety
2.00pm Chafer – awaiting confirmation
Issued 13th November 2017
For immediate release
#clubhectare relaunch at Midlands Machinery Show
EXPERTS TO SPEAK ON KEY TOPICS AT MIDLANDS MACHINERY SHOW 2017
IMPLEMENTING five farming principles will not only improve and maintain soil health, but also reduce the growth rate of black grass, according to a leading agronomist.
Research carried out by Hutchinsons shows a 5x5 approach, which includes rotation and spring cropping - particularly barley - sowing higher rates of seeds and restricting cultivations to the top of 50ml of soil can boost crop competition to battle black grass.