Events

Irrigated Cropping Council host events to share the latest news and innovations in the industry.

Events

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Tuesday June 14

Irrigated Farm Business Planning

Details

When: 12pm to 4pm

Where: Rive Point, Moama

Service Provider Training

Farm business planning is vital to ensure farmers are well equipped to meet the challenges of a changing climate and volatile water allocations and prices. We invite service providers to a training session to learn more about how to start the conversation and work
with farmers to develop robust strategic thinking and planning in their business.

 

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Thursday june 16

What ‘Net Zero’ means ?

Details

When: 8:30am to 9:30am 

Where: Webinar

More details coming soon…

Further Info

[email protected]

or 0412 400 484

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Thursday june 23

Resilient Farm Businesses

Details

When: 11am to 2:30pm

Where: Pyramid Hill Senior Citizens

Speakers

Mr. Angus Ingram, Portfolio Investment Manager for Kilter’s GMID farmland investment

For more than a decade, Kilter have been designing landscapes to ensure resilience to climate change-influenced weather events, such as severe droughts, floods and rainfall events. 

Daryl Poole, RMCG

Seasonal Water Update

Paul Blackshaw Meridian Ag

Resilient Farm Businesses

 

Further Info

[email protected]

 

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Thursday July 14

Irrigated Ag Conference

Details

When: 9am to 5pm

Where: Rich River Golf Club, Moama



More details coming soon…

Further Info

[email protected]

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September 15

Optimising Irrigated Grains: Annual Field Day

Details

When: 10am to 3:00pm

Where: Finley Irrigated Research Centre, 2431 Newell Highway. Finley

On the day FAR Australia will showcase its field research site which has been set up in collaboration with Southern Growers as part of a GRDC funded Initiative “Optimising Irrigated Grains”.

The irrigated research site aims to assist NSW and Victorian growers in realising the genetic potential of irrigated grain crops grown under higher yield potential in the region.

The research programme will look at crops grown under overhead irrigation and flood-based systems with the aim of covering the major irrigation types distributed across the Murrumbidgee and Murray Valleys of southern NSW.

More details to follow.

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September 16

ICC Spring Field Day

Details

When: 9:30am to 3:30am 

Where: ICC Main Field Day Site, Kerang

Cost: free

Lunch included

 

On the day ICC will showcase its field research site which includes:

  • GRDC funded Initiative “Optimising Irrigated Grains”
  • Irrigated Variety Trials
  • Fodder for the Future
  • SIP2

More details coming soon…