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FAR Australia & Riverine Plains Pulse Field Day, Daysdale – postponed (new date TBA)

The FAR Australia Pulse Field Day at Daysdale, scheduled for Friday 14 October, has unfortunately been postponed. A new date will be announced shortly.

GRDC northern Pulse Check Meeting – Rand, 21 October

A pre-harvest meeting of the GRDC northern pulse check group at Rand will be held on Monday 21 October, 2019 at Rand, focussing on pre-harvest agronomy, storage and marketing.

Commencing at 3.00pm at Hamilton’s farm, Bogandillan, Rand, the meeting will begin with a paddock walk through  lentils, chickpeas and faba beans.  Chris Toohey will then speak on crop topping in pulses and insect management, and there will also be group discussion on header set-up for pulses.

Back at the sheds, Chris Warrick, Primary Business, will lead a discussion on storing pulses, managing pests in storage and options for expanding grain storage.  This will be followed by a presentation by Market Check, who will provide the latest information on the world pulse market and how it will impact prices this harvest.

Farmers Edge will be cooking a BBQ for attendees at the end of the session.

For further information, including directions, please download the RPI GRDC 2019 pre-harvest Pulse Check meeting flyer – Rand or contact Kate Coffey, Northern Pulse Facilitator on 03 5744 1713 or kate@riverineplains.org.au

Dookie pre-canopy closure Pulse Check Meeting – 13 August

A pre-canopy closure meeting will be held at Dookie on Tuesday 13 August, 2019 from 9am-11:30am as part of the Riverine Plains Inc Pulse Check Discussion Group series of meetings.

The paddock walk and discussion will begin at Gall’s lentil paddock (corner Pelly Rd & South Boundary Rd, St James) before moving to Alexander’s albus lupin crop (NW corner Devenish-St James Rd and Boxwood Rd). The final site will be the Southern Pulse Agronomy site, McCormack Rd, Yabba South.

Discussions will also include:

  • Nodulation results from the GRDC N fixation farmer demonstrations (Kate Coffey, Riverine Plains Inc)
  • Albus lupin production (Bruce Larcombe, Larcombe Agronomy)
  • Disease Management (Joshua Fanning, Agriculture Victoria Research)

For further information, please download the Dookie pre-canopy closure Pulse Check meeting flyer 2019

Dookie Pulse Check pre-canopy closure meeting – August 13

A pre-canopy closure meeting will be held at Dookie on Tuesday 13 August, 2019 from 9am-11:30am as part of the Riverine Plains Inc Pulse Check Discussion Group series of meetings.

The paddock walk and discussion will begin at Gall’s lentil paddock (corner Pelly Rd & South Boundary Rd, St James) before moving to Alexander’s albus lupin crop (NW corner Devenish-St James Rd and Boxwood Rd). The final site will be the Southern Pulse Agronomy site, McCormack Rd, Yabba South.

Discussions will also include:

  • Nodulation results from the GRDC N fixation farmer demonstrations (Kate Coffey, Riverine Plains Inc)
  • Albus lupin production (Bruce Larcombe, Larcombe Agronomy)
  • Disease Management (Joshua Fanning, Agriculture Victoria Research)

For further information, please download the Dookie pre-canopy closure Pulse Check meeting flyer 2019

Rand Pulse Check Meeting – 14 March

A pre-sowing Northern Pulse Check Meeting will be held at the Hamilton family property, Bogandillan, near Rand, on Thursday 14 March from 8:30am – 12 noon.

Guest speakers and topics are as follows;

Seeding rates: We will have scales so bring your pulse seed to calculate sowing rates for 2019

Pre- Emergent Herbicides: Chris Toohey, Elders;

Rhizobia formulations and biological markets: Dan Zinga, New Edge Microbials;

Pulse markets: Ben McClusky, Market Check;

Inoculant systems: Sandy Hamilton, Rand, Brad Chant, Lockhart, Vince Lenehan, Wagga.

The event is free and all are welcome. Attendees do not need to have attended previous meetings or have any prior knowledge of pulse production. The event is free and all are welcome. Light refreshments provided

For further information, including a map of how to get to Bogandillan, please download the 2019 March Rand Pulse Check Flyer. To register your interest please contact Kate Coffey on 03 5744 1713 or email kate@riverineplains.org.au

Dookie Pulse Check Meeting – 15 March

The Riverine Plains Inc Southern Pulse Check pre-sowing discussion group meeting is on Friday 15 March.

The meeting will be held from 9:30am -12pm at the Ludeman family property sheds at 334 Ludeman Road, Waggarandall (Dookie), 3646.

The meeting will include;

  • 2018 pulse harvest debrief
  • Likely issues for sowing 2019
  • Seeding rates for 2019 (We will have scales so bring in a small sample of pulse seed and we can use these weights to calculate sowing rates for 2019)
  • Pre-emergent Herbicides Bruce Larcombe, Larcombe Agronomy.
  • Growing and Marketing Pulses David Matthews, Farm Trade Australia
  • Update on Pulse markets Anthony Cutter, AGT Foods
  • New Pulse Trial at Dookie Kate Coffey, Riverine Plains Inc

Attendees do not need to have attended previous meetings or have any prior knowledge of pulse production. The event is free and all are welcome. Light refreshments provided.

For more information please download the Dookie Pulse Check group pre-season meeting flyer or to register your interest please contact Kate Coffey on 03 5744 1713, or email kate@riverineplains.org.au

GRDC Southern Pulse Check Discussion Group, Dookie -15 March

The Riverine Plains Inc Southern Pulse Check pre-sowing discussion group meeting will be held on Friday 15 March from 9:30am -12pm at the Ludeman family property sheds at 334 Ludeman Road, Waggarandall (Dookie), 3646.

The meeting will include;

  • 2018 pulse harvest debrief
  • Likely issues for sowing 2019
  • Seeding rates for 2019 (We will have scales so bring in a small sample of pulse seed and we can use these weights to calculate sowing rates for 2019)
  • Pre-emergent Herbicides Bruce Larcombe, Larcombe Agronomy.
  • Growing and Marketing Pulses David Matthews, Farm Trade Australia
  • Update on Pulse markets Anthony Cutter, AGT Foods
  • New Pulse Trial at Dookie Kate Coffey, Riverine Plains Inc

Attendees do not need to have attended previous meetings or have any prior knowledge of pulse production. The event is free and all are welcome. Light refreshments provided.

For more information please download the Dookie Pulse Check group pre-season meeting flyer or to register your interest please contact Kate Coffey on 03 5744 1713, or email kate@riverineplains.org.au

Riverine Plains Inc Pulse Check Discussion Group Meeting (North) – Rand, 26 October

Riverine Plains Inc is forming a Pulse Check Discussion Group for the NSW Riverine Plains region.

The first meeting will be held on Friday 26 October, 2018 at the Hamilton Family property ‘Granview’ at Rand from 8:30 am to 11:30am. We will meet at the sheds before visiting a faba bean and lentil crop.

The meeting will focus on the important role pulses play in our farming systems, as well as on harvest issues.

Topics for discussion will include;

  • A farmer’s perspective on pulses – Roy Hamilton, Rand
  • Pulses: The good, the bad and the ugly – James Madden, Madden Consulting
  • Harvesting Pulses – James Madden, Madden Consulting
  • Marketing pulses & harvester fire safety – Phil Bowden, Pulse Australia
  • Value adding – Gary Drew, Lupins for Life

Directions : From Rand take Mahonga road for 12 km, Granview entrance is on your right. From Urana take Albury road for 4 km , turn right onto Mahonga road and travel for 22km Granview is on the left.

The Pulse Check Discussion Group Meeting is free and all are welcome – previous experience in growing pulses is not required. Light refreshments provided. 

For more information or to register your interest please contact: Kate Coffey, NSW Riverine Plains Inc Pulse Check Group Facilitator on 03 5744 1713, email kate@riverineplains.org.au or download the Rand Pulse Check Discussion Group Meeting Flyer.

GRDC Northern Pulse Check partners are Pulse Australia and Farmlink.

Pulse Check Discussion Group Paddock Walk – 3 September

Riverine Plains Inc will be holding it’s next Pulse Check discussion group paddock walk and discussion on Monday 3 September 2018 from  9.30am to 12.30pm.

We will first be inspecting John Alexander’s Faba Bean Paddock (opposite the house at 320 Devenish-Wangaratta Road (on north side of road), Bungeet West) before visiting his chickpeas (north of Devenish township at the intersection of the railway line and Devenish-St James Rd (also called Boxwood Rd)).

We will then visit Gall’s chickpeas and lentils which are both located on the intersection of the Benalla-Tocumwal Rd and the St James Rd, on the south west corner of intersection (Wagarandall Road).

Discussions will include
• Paddock management strategies (for each paddock visit)
• Crop pests, disease and weeds (Bruce Larcombe, Larcombe Agronomy & Tony Kelly, Advanced Ag)
• Nodulation
• Nitrogen fixation on acid soils and pH stratification (Helen Burns, NSW DPI, Wagga Wagga)
• Managing spring pulse logistics
• Update on market developments/opportunities for lentil, chickpea and other pulses

Attendees do not need to have attended previous meetings or have any prior knowledge of pulse production. The event is free and all are welcome. Light refreshments and lunch provided.

For more information please download the RPI September Pulse Check meeting flyer or to register your interest please contact: Michelle Pardy on 03 5744 1713, or email michelle@riverineplains.org.au.

The GRDC Southern Pulse Extension project is delivered by a consortium of organisations involved in the pulse industry across GRDC’s Southern region.

Pulse Check discussion group paddock walk – 3 September

Riverine Plains Inc will be holding it’s next Pulse Check paddock walk  on Monday 3 September from 9.30am to 12.30pm.

We will be first visiting John Alexander’s Faba Bean Paddock (opposite the house at 320 Devenish-Wangaratta Road (on north side of road), Bungeet West) before visiting his chickpea paddock (located near Devenish township).

We will then visit Gall’s chickpeas and lentils,  located on the intersection of the Benalla-Tocumwal Rd and the St James Rd.

Discussions will include
• Paddock management strategies (for each paddock visit)
• Crop pests, disease and weeds (Bruce Larcombe, Larcombe Agronomy & Tony Kelly, Advanced Ag)
• Nodulation
• Nitrogen fixation on acid soils and pH stratification (Helen Burns, NSW DPI, Wagga Wagga)
• Managing spring pulse logistics
• Update on market developments for lentil, chickpea and other pulses

The GRDC Southern Pulse Extension project is delivered by a consortium of organisations involved in the pulse industry across GRDC’s Southern region.

The event is free and all are welcome. Light refreshments and lunch provided.

For more information please download the RPI September Pulse Check meeting flyer.

To register your interest please contact: Michelle Pardy on 03 5744 1713, email michelle@riverineplains.org.au 

 

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