Growers from around the North West are invited to attend GRDC’s Narrabri Field Day tomorrow.
Farmers are invited to come along and see the latest grain crop research to assist growers and advisors with increasing productivity in University of Sydney’s Plant Breeding Institute’s highly variable climate.
This year there will be planted plots of wheat, chickpeas, faba beans, field peas and Indian mustards. Walk through the plots and discuss with researchers:
• Over 150 specific demonstrations
• Wild and unique crop germplasm
• Novel weed management technology
• Soil carbon research and soil pits
• Emerging crops for the Northwest region
• New grazing and livestock research
• Digital agriculture and drone demonstrations
Personnel from The University of Sydney, Australian Grain Technologies, GRDC, CSIRO, NSW DPI, Dow Seeds, Longreach Plant Breeders and Austgrains will present on the day. The field day will take place at I.A Watson Grains Research Centre, 12656 Newell Highway Narrabri at 12.30pm for a 1pm start. A complimentary barbecue and refreshments will be held from 4.30pm. For more information call 6799 2200.