Riverine Plains Inc are hosting two Grains Research & Development Corporation (GRDC) Spray Application Workshops on 13 and 14 September, 2018. The half-day workshops will be conducted by Bill Gordon, from Bill Gordon Consulting and are designed to assist farmers get the most from their spray equipment.
Bill is a consultant who has delivered a number of GRDC funded projects related to application technology and drift management to the Australian agricultural industry.
Through a combination of practical demonstration and ‘sit-down’ training, Bill will provide up-to-date information on nozzle selection, droplet behaviour, drift reduction, weather for spraying and inversion risk. He will also discuss the need for different setups depending on the type of spray job at hand, recent changes to regulation and herbicide resistance.
Two workshops will be held in the Riverine Plains region:
Dookie – Thursday 13 September
1pm – 4pm
The University of Melbourne – Dookie Campus, 940 Dookie-Nalinga Road, Dookie
Rutherglen – Friday 14 September
9am – 12noon, lunch provided
Agriculture Victoria, 124 Chiltern Valley Road, Rutherglen
There is no charge to attend the workshops. These workshops are funded by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) as part of the Practical and applied workshops and communications to promote key messages and resources to maximise the effectiveness of spray applications in the southern region project.
Bookings are essential as workshops are strictly limited to 25 attendees.
For more information or to RSVP, contact Fiona Hart at Riverine Plains Inc on (03) 5744 1713 or email firstname.lastname@example.org