Achieve optimum yield, quality and profit while controlling risks and costs by applying best practice crop specific agronomy techniques

PR01Best practice agronomy for cereals and oilseed rape28 Jun, Cambridgeshire
25 Jan, Shropshire
31 Jan, Cambridgeshire
PR02Profitable growing of combinable pulsesTo be scheduled
PR03Optimising spring agronomy in winter wheatTo be scheduled
PR04Profitable growing of vegetable brassicas25 Jan, Lincolnshire
01 Feb, Lancashire
PR05Optimising crop management of carrots and parsnipsTo be scheduled
PR06Optimising crop management of leafy saladsTo be scheduled
PR08Optimising crop management of bulb onionsTo be scheduled
PR10Identification of potato diseases and varieties22 Jun, Cambridgeshire
PR11How to optimise crop management of protected salad cropsTo be scheduled
PR12Benefiting from biofumigants in rotations with vegetable and potato cropsTo be scheduled
PR13Improving potato yields and profitability by measuring and monitoring performanceTo be scheduled
PR14Scheduling irrigation to optimise yield and quality in potatoesTo be scheduled
PR16Understanding potato crop growth stagesTo be scheduled
PR17Identification of barley varieties from the grainTo be scheduled
PR20Using precision farming technology for optimal yield, cost and profitTo be scheduled
PR21An introduction to conducting successful field trialsTo be scheduled
PR23Best practice onion storageTo be scheduled
PR24Advanced crop management of bulb onionsTo be scheduled
PR27Benefits of cover crops in arable systems24 Jan, Cambridgeshire