Arable Scotland is a brand-new annual event for Scotland where the industry can view, share and explore the new innovations that will drive the the future profitability and sustainability of Scottish arable production.
Free to attend, the event features a whistle-stop tour of a core set of field plots alongside a mix of indoor and outdoor exhibits, field-based demonstrations and trials, tours of the Centre for Sustainable Cropping Platform and “Arable Connections”.
Come along to find out more about:
- Innovative Breeding
- Quality Crops for Defined Markets
- Innovative Crop Management
- Sustainable Farming Systems
- Precision Farming
- Technical updates and advice
Programme for the day:
- 10.00 am: gates open
- 11.00 am: Where are the opportunities and what are the barriers to new entrants to farming?
- 12.00 pm - 1.30 pm: Lunch
- 12.30 pm: What is the future of spring barley?
- 2.00 pm: Is sustainable farming truly sustainable?
- 3.00 pm: final tour of the Centre for Sustainable Cropping
- 4.30 pm: event closes
For more information check out the dedicated Arable Scotland event page.
A partnership of the James Hutton Institute, Scotland's Rural College and AHDB with support from SEFARI, the Scottish Farmer and the Farm Advisory Service. The event is sponsored by HL Hutchinson and the Scottish Society for Crop Research. The event will also feature our partners at nabim.