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Upcoming Events

  • Study Tour to Germany, Netherlands and Belgium

    AHDB Potatoes event

    21 February 2016 to 26 February 2016
    Netherlands, Belgium and Germany

    AHDB Potatoes study tour to Germany, Netherlands and Belgium departing Sunday 21 February 2016

    Departing from various UK airports we will arrive in Amsterdam on Sunday 21st February and return on Friday 26th to your originating UK airport.  Edinburgh, Leeds Bradford, Norwich, Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham, London Stansted.

  • CPNB 2016: The Dundee Conference - Environmental Management & Crop Protection

    External Event

    23 February 2016 to 24 February 2016
    West Park Conference Centre, Dundee

    CPNB 2016 is organised by The Association for Crop Protection in Northern Britain, a non-profit making Registered Charity which brings together The James Hutton Institute, Scotland's Rural College, Scottish Agricultural Science Agency, SNH and the agricultural trade in Scotland.

    There will be five sessions of invited papers and research reports with ample time for discussion. There will also be two poster sessions. The Conference has been allocated 12 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points towards the BASIS Professional Register.

  • Storage Forum 2016

    Storage Forum 2016

    AHDB Potatoes event

    1 March 2016
    Hilton East Midlands, "M1 Junction 24", Lockington, Leics. DE74 2YW

    Date for the Diary

    AHDB Potatoes’ team from SBCSR will be speaking on a range of topical issues ranging from the latest on CIPC management as we head towards the new requirements for the pan-European regime next year. Adrian Briddon will be urging you to ‘Be 2017 Ready’ whilst Glyn Harper will develop recent research on ethylene and looking specifically at combining ethylene and CIPC together for processing storage.

  • ARTIS training cours: Understanding and optimising the use of biofumigants in rotations with vegetable and potato crops

    External Event

    23 March 2016
    HAU, Telford and Wrekin

    ARTIS training course: Understanding and optimising the use of biofumigants in rotations with vegetable and potato crops

    For full details and to book visit the ARTIS website:
    https://www.artistraining.com/node/219?title=Understanding_and_optimisin...

    Trainer: Matthew Back, Harper Adams University

    Price: £200 + VAT. A one day classroom-based course

    CPD points: 12 BASIS points; 5 NRoSO points

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