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Virtual Tillage Conference 2022

The 2022 National Tillage Conference will take place virtually, split over two days. The first session will take place on Thursday, 13 January and the second session will take place on Thursday, 27 January, both at 11.30 am. Register to attend here.

Session One - Thursday, 13 January  |  11.30am

On Thursday, 13 January at 11.30am, join us for an interactive webinar with researchers and PhD students who will provide insights into current research on Managing Crop Nutrition.

As the fertiliser market continues to struggle with elevated prices and supply chain issues, the first session  of the National Tillage Conference will present research findings to support tillage farmers’ decision making for the 2022 season. For example, dealing with questions such as what options exist to reduce fertiliser usage and what strategies should be taken for splitting applications if supplies tighten further? In addition, the importance of soil testing, precision fertiliser application applications plus spring cropping options based on the predicted scenarios will also be presented.

Session Two - Thursday, 27 January  |  11.30am

The Virtual Tillage Conference will continue with a second session on Thursday, 27 January at 11.30am.

Building on session one, the second part of the tillage conference will focus on considerations for cereal disease control against the backdrop of reduced nutrient management scenarios, while attendees will also hear from researchers detailing the most up-to-date outputs from the current BYDV and grassweeds surveillance initiatives.

Session two will also provide attendees with a brief insight across a selection of research projects presently underway at Oak Park.

Find out more here about Teagasc Tillage Events