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Tuesday 25th March, 2014 - 11:00 am
49 Fenton Place
Wongan Hills WA 6603

In response to local community interest, Greening Australia are hosting a field day to discuss these questions:

  • The use of native plant systems (fodder and tree cropping) in areas of low productivity.
  • Hydrology in the Wongan Hills Area.
  • Local funding opportunities.
  • Carbon Farming update
Contact
Amelia Glass Greening Australia Email: aglass@gawa.org.au Phone: 0458 444 557
Monday 23rd June, 2014 - 10:00 am
The Castle Hotel
95-97 Avon Terrace York
York WA 6302

Time: 10am - 2pm

Cost: FREE (Lunch provided)

Are you extracting maximum value from your soil test results?  Do you want to better understand soil tests to improve returns on fertiliser?  What nutrient and lime inputs make most cents? $$

This 4 hour workshop will be presented by Wayne Pluske, from independent WA-based soils consultancy Equii, a specialist in soil science and plant nutrition.

Special presentation by Neil Ballard - How can you improve nitrogen fixation? A GRDC funded project. 

 

 

Contact
Georgie Troup Mobile: 0417 300 601 Email: gtroup@wheatbeltnrm.org.au
Tuesday 24th June, 2014 - 10:00 am
Wickepin Community Centre
24 Wogolin Rd
Wickepin WA 6370

Time: 10am - 2pm

Cost: FREE (Lunch provided)

Are you extracting maximum value from your soil test results?  Do you want to better understand soil tests to improve returns on fertiliser?  What nutrient and lime inputs make most cents? $$

This 4 hour workshop will be presented by Wayne Pluske, from independent WA-based soils consultancy Equii, a specialist in soil science and plant nutrition.

Special presentation by Neil Ballard - How can you improve nitrogen fixation? A GRDC funded project.

Contact
Georgie Troup Mobile: 0417 300 601 Email: gtroup@wheatbeltnrm.org.au
Wednesday 25th June, 2014 - 10:00 am
Cadoux Recreation Centre
Dowerin-kalanine Rd
Cadoux WA 6466

Time: 10am - 2pm

Cost: FREE (Lunch provided)

Are you extracting maximum value from your soil test results?  Do you want to better understand soil tests to improve returns on fertiliser?  What nutrient and lime inputs make most cents? $$

This 4 hour workshop will be presented by Wayne Pluske, from independent WA-based soils consultancy Equii, a specialist in soil science and plant nutrition.

Special presentation by Neil Ballard - How can you improve nitrogen fixation? A GRDC funded project.

Contact
Georgie Troup Mobile: 0417 300 601 Email: gtroup@wheatbeltnrm.org.au
Saturday 14th June, 2014 - 09:00 am
Northam WA 6401

Facilitated by Sandy Pate of Perth Region NRM for WA Horse Council Horses, Land and Water in partnership with Wheatbelt NRM and Belinda Taylor from Hoof Hearted Hoof Care.

Free field day and workshop, all ages welcome!

Northam Saturday 14th June 2014
9.30am–3.00pm, lunch included

Would you like to learn more about...
• Climate change and horse well-being
• Horse property management
• Manure management and stable fl ies
• Perennial pastures and grazing management
• Biosecurity and safety for the horse owner

Wednesday 18th June, 2014 - 10:00 am
Monks Rd
Dalwallinu WA 6609

Hosted by Noel Mills
Monks Rd (East of Dalwallinu – see signs from Dalwallinu-Kalannie Road)
Wednesday 18th of June 2014
10.00 to 12.00

Morning Tea and Lunch will be provided

Wheatbelt NRM is conducting a “How to harvest your brushwood” Field Day to run through the process of harvesting, packaging and transporting brushwood off the farm to the manufacturer.

Featuring short talks by:
Jo Wheeler – Wheatbelt NRM
Glen Bohling – Professional Brushwood Harvester
Followed by field demonstrations

Contact
For more information or to book your place please contact Leigh Whisson on 9670 3100 or email lwhisson@wheatbeltnrm.org.au
Thursday 03rd July, 2014 - 02:00 am
Merredin Recreation Centre
Bates St
Merredin WA 6415

Thursday 3rd of July 2-5pm

Cost: FREE (Refreshments provided)

Are you looking at improving your grazing options?

Planting perennials can give you production on areas of your farm that are not suitable for cropping.

Presentations by: Dean Revell - Forage shrubs, the economic value of forage and the benefits to the end product Roy Butler - Animal health and the importance of the inter-row plantings Sarita Bennett - Non-native perennial options and their management requirements

 

Contact
Register to attend NOW: Contact Jo Wheeler at Wheatbelt NRM on 9670 3121 or email jwheeler@wheatbeltnrm.org.au
Thursday 03rd July, 2014 - 09:00 am
Town Hall
Main Street
Kondinin WA 6367

Thursday 3rd of July 9 - 12pm

Cost: FREE (Refreshments provided)

Are you looking at improving your grazing options?

Planting perennials can give you production on areas of your farm that are not suitable for cropping.

Presentations by: Dean Revell - Forage shrubs, the economic value of forage and the benefits to the end product Roy Butler - Animal health and the importance of the inter-row plantings Sarita Bennett - Non-native perennial options and their management requirements

Contact
Register to attend NOW: Contact Jo Wheeler at Wheatbelt NRM on 9670 3121 or email jwheeler@wheatbeltnrm.org.au
Tuesday 09th September, 2014 - 08:30 am
Dowerin WA 6461
Friday 26th September, 2014 - 05:00 pm

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