Controlled Traffic Farming Network hosts:
Findings from the long-term traffic and tillage project, Harper Adams University
Thursday 1 December 2022, 13:00 - 1400
Online seminar - booking essential
Dr Paula Misiewicz, Senior Lecturer, Soil and Water Management, Harper Adams University, will present the long-term results from the field-scale traffic and tillage experiment at Harper Adams University.
Paula is the lead for the project which has looked at the effect of field traffic management strategies and tillage systems on soil condition, crop development and yield, and production economics, with some very interesting results.
She will share highlights and key findings from the research, including:
- latest updates from the traffic and tillage project
- the impact of a long-term CTF approach
- yields and economics of the farming systems
With plenty of time for questions and discussion afterwards.
Booking essential. Zoom link will be provided to registrants before the event. NRoSO and BASIS points applied for.
Free of charge for CTF Network Members; Non members £10; Students £5.
The CTF Network is a subscription based membership, managed by NIAB, providing to its members, practical, research-based support and information, through events, publications and a network of CTF consutants, practitioners and researchers.