Enable Conservation Tillage ECT Webinars
The Enable Conservation Tillage (ECT) project is running a series of webinars from Tuesday 8th June at 11.30am, to focus on tillage systems and grass weeds on farms across Ireland, converting to non-plough based systems and also how these farmers deal with grass weed challenges. Register here
Enable Conservation Tillage (ECT) Project
The Enable Conservation Tillage (ECT) project is running a series of webinars to focus on tillage systems and grass weeds.
The webinars will focus on farms from across Ireland who are converting to non-plough based systems and also how these farmers are dealing with grass weed challenges.
Specialists and Advisors will give an insight into the practice change to date and Researchers will give an overview of research to date around resistant issues.
Details of the webinars are as follows:
- Tuesday, 8th June | 11:30am - from the South East
- Tuesday, 22nd June | 11:30am - from the North East
- Tuesday, 6th July | 11:30am - from the South
The 1st in our series of Enable Conservation Tillage project webinars looks at lesser canary grass and wild oat control in min-till systems on the two Wexford based ECT focus farm.
- Canary grass control
- Resistant wild oat control
- The value of rotations
The 2nd of our Enable Conservation Tillage project webinars will focus on blackgrass and its control on three farms in the North Dublin region and look at the how two of our ECT focus farmers have successfully converted to strip-till and no-till systems and how they have managed the grass weed challenge on their farms.
- Blackgrass control in North Dublin
- Strip-till and no-till establishment systems
- Sterile brome control
The last of our Enable Conservation Tillage project webinars looks at blackgrass and sterile brome control on three of our ECT focus farmers and how the identification of resistant grassweeds on these farms will affect their management strategies
- Blackgrass and sterile brome control in non-inversion tillage systems
- Resistant grass weed identification and management
ECT Project is a European Innovation Partnership (EIP) co-funded by the Department of Agriculture, Food, and the Marine (DAFM) under the Rural Development Programme 2014-2020.
Learn more about Enable Conservation Tillage (ECT) here