A workshop will be held at Corowa on Wednesday 27 March to help address the management of early season canola pests.
This event is part of a workshop series being held across NSW. These workshops are designed to assist farmers and advisors in identifying the range of pests and natural enemies present in canola, as well as to present the latest research information on early season pest management.
The workshops will cover:
- Insect identification
- Early season pest discussion
- Management options and monitoring techniques
- Paddock walk risk assessment
The day will feature presentations from CESAR, Phil Bowden (AOF/Pulse Australia) and Don McCaffery (NSW DPI).
Workshops will also be held at Lockhart and Deniliquin (see flyer for details).
For further details please download the Managing Pests in Canola workshops flyer (Corowa) or contact either the Riverine Plains Office on (03) 5744 1713, email firstname.lastname@example.org or Phil Bowden (AOF/Pulse Australia) on 0427 201 946, email email@example.com.
The workshops have been funded by GRDC, organised by Farmlink and Phil Bowden, and are supported by AOF, NSW DPI and Local Land Services.