Louth Technical Arable Evening
Lincolnshire arable farmers are invited to attend a bespoke event which looks at maximising cereal yields, offers expert insight into soil health and looks at what the new Agricultural Bill will mean for UK farmers, this March.
Taking place in Alvingham village hall, on 10 March, between 19:00 – 21:00, it’s a chance for farmers to hear from industry experts, network and enjoy some light refreshments.
Hosted by leading Lincolnshire agricultural dealership, Louth Tractors, the evening will include talks from Lincolnshire farmer Tim Lamyman, Guinness World Record holder, and independent agronomist, Dr Jonathan Holmes.
John Smith from Louth Tractors hopes the event will be a chance for farmers to have an informative and enjoyable evening. “The arable farming evening is a free event and we’d like to welcome anyone interested in hearing technical insights from some great speakers.”
Date: Tuesday 10th March 2020
Time: 19:00 – 21:00 (approx.)
Venue: Alvingham village hall
- Registration and refreshments on arrival
- Introduction from Mr Philip Stephenson, Agricultural Sales Manager at Louth Tractors
- Mr Tim Lamyman will deliver a talk on ‘Maximising wheat, barley and oilseed rape yields’
- Dr Jonathan Holmes, Lordington Park Agronomy, will deliver a presentation on ‘The essentials of soil and plant interaction,’ as well as insight into what the Agriculture Bill 2020 means for UK farmers
- Mark Curtis from Sumo UK will speak on ‘Current trends and thoughts in the world of cultivation equipment’
The event is free to attend. To secure your place, email firstname.lastname@example.org.