The University of Lincoln’s Institute for Agri-food Technology (LIAT) is to host a learning and development seminar run by local agronomy services business, Assured Agronomy, on Tuesday 19th February 2019.
Topics of discussion will centre around the future of farming and changes in agriculture as the UK moves away from direct government support for land in future years.
Speaking at the event will be a variety of farming professionals, including LIAT’s own Dr Iain Gould and Catchment Advisor at Anglian Water, Kelly Hewson-Fisher.
Guests will be able to witness the pesticide handling and water management systems being trialled at Lincoln, along with the university’s fleet of agricultural robots.
The event will be held at:
Riseholme Campus, University of Lincoln, Riseholme, Lincoln LN2 2LG and the event is free to attend.
Further details and the agenda can be found online: http://www.assuredagronomy.co.uk/events/farming-in-5-year-s-time/