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Teagasc & FAI – Workshop on the Precise Application of Fertilisers in Teagasc Ballyhaise, Co. Cavan on 24th May.
After an initial delay due to weather, Teagasc in association with the Fertiliser Association of Ireland will host the second of the two workshops on the Precise Application of Fertilisers, in Teagasc Ballyhaise, Cavan on Thursday 24th May.
This workshop will be of particular interest to field advisors and agri-contractors. There will be presentations on fertiliser planning for contractors and fertiliser spreader technology. Four workshops will be run to demonstrate the correct set up of fertiliser spreaders to deliver the correct rate accurately.
This is a free event.
Pre-registration is essential. To book, simply click on the link below and complete the online registration form.
There are 25 IASIS points available for attending this workshop.
Thanks you to our panel at the FAI Spring Scientific Seminar on 6th February in The Horse & Jockey Hotel, for making the day a great success. L-R: James Humpreys-Teagasc, Noeleen McDonald-Teagasc, Paul Delaney-Farmer, Peter Ging-President FAI, Larry O’Loughlin- Chairman.
In 2018 The Fertilizer Association of Ireland celebrates its 50th Anniversary, having been formed in 1968. Check this website soon for an exciting list of events in 2018 to celebrate the Associations 50th Anniversary.
Minister Michael Creed launches the FAI 50th Anniversary Programme of Events for 2018 in Buswells Hotel, Dublin, Thursday 25th January.
PJ Browne, FAI President presenting Conor Cullen-O’Reilly with this year’s UCD Soil Science award on Thursday November 16th 2017.