Details released for brassica event

The Brassica Growers' Association (BGA) has announced that its biennial conference and trade exhibition will be held on Tuesday 17 January 2012 at the Lincolnshire Showground in Lincoln.

Delegates will be ideally located to attend the LAMMA event the day after on 18 January, which will be taking place close by at Newark & Nottinghamshire Showground, Winthorpe.

The BGA has already made considerable progress on the organisation of its event, with the programme for the conference almost complete and due to be announced shortly. The event's schedule is expected to include a selection of technical and marketing presentations.

The post-conference dinner will being held on the evening of 17 January at the White Hart Hotel, Lincoln.

Anyone interested in exhibiting at the event should call the BGA office on 01507 602427 or email bridget. pannell@pvga.co.uk. The event is sponsored by Bayer CropScience.


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