Irrigated Cropping Council host events to share the latest news and innovations in the industry.
Soil Pit Workshop
Helping growers better understand, identify and ameliorate soil limitations in their
10:30am to 12pm
Michael Chalmers “Koonwarra”
4925 Noorong Rd Tullakool NSW
Soil Pit Discussion – Sam North NSW Department of Primary Industries Research Officer
Soil Amelioration Trial – Damian Jones, Irrigated Cropping Council Trial Manager
RSVP Essential, numbers strictly limited
ICC Virtual Field Day
Our field day looked different this year! We took the opportunity to bring you the latest information from our trials via some short video and factsheets available now on our website. Followed by a virtual chat with our key researches on Thursday September 24.
If you missed the virtual field day you can still view all the details
Dr Susan Orgill the Leader, Soil R&D South Soil & Water R&D Unit with NSW Department of Primary Industries and Damian Jones, Trial Manger with ICC discussed how growers can improve their soil carbon. Find out more about the webinar and local project on our webpage.
Q&A workshop on Chain of Responsibility
Do you know what your responsibilities are when a loaded truck leaves your farm?
Please join us for a free online Q&A workshop on Chain of Responsibility (COR) in preparation for this year’s harvest.
What: Chain of Responsibility workshop
When: WEDNESDAY 7 OCTOBER 12:00pm (AEDT)
Where: Online Register here
The aim of COR is to make sure everyone in the supply chain shares responsibility for ensuring breaches of the Heavy Vehicle National Law (HVNL) do not occur. The workshop will be hosted by GrainGrowers General Manager of Policy and Advocacy Zach Whale, with a presentation by experienced transport industry trainer Bernie O’Hara from Natwide Personnel.
Wakool Agri-Innovation program
A day of innovation, inspiration and opportunities delivered by world class speakers right here in the Wakool region.
BRUCE PASCOE – Bruce is an Australian Indigenous writer, he has worked as a teacher, farmer, fisherman and Aboriginal language researcher. His book ‘Dark Emu’ was awarded the NSW Premier’s ‘Book of the Year’ in 2016 and has been widely acclaimed as a ground-breaking publication providing insights into traditional farming practices in the region by local indigenous communities.
Plus many more – View the flyer
Leigh Fletcher 0429 144 743