Sustainable Spray Practices workshops for Central Queensland growers
Growers in Central Queensland are encouraged to register for upcoming Sustainable Spray Practices Workshops.
Cotton Australia, in partnership with the Queensland Government and with support from the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC), is hosting the training opportunities through funding provided by the Queensland Government’s Micro credentialing Pilot Program.
The workshops will be conducted by Rob Bartley from Countryco Ag Services, and well-respected agronomist Paul McIntosh will also join the sessions to present on topics such as herbicide, insecticide and fungicide resistance.
The content of the workshops is designed as a ‘deep dive’ into topics and learnings operators have already gained.
For applicators who are already certified in ACDC, ChemCert, or equivalent, this workshop will take your learnings to far greater levels and give you better applicator knowledge.
9am-3pm on 14th July 2021 at the Emerald Training Facility Auditorium.
9am-3pm on 15th July 2021 at the Moura Tavern.
These opportunities are only open to growers, farm workers and spray contractors, and places are limited to 20 people per workshop. Cost is $50 per person, with morning tea and lunch provided.
If you have any questions, please call Cotton Australia’s Paul Sloman on 0448 094 883.