BALI will host the event at its headquarters in Stoneleigh, Coventry on 26 July from 9am to 3pm. The day is free and includes lunch.
Essential subjects to be covered include prayer calibration, nozzle selection, choosing the correct chemical for the application, the future of glyphosate and its alternatives and policy changes and updates to license requirements.
Representatives from ICL, Belchim, Vale Engineering, Monsanto and Amenity Forum will attend to share their expertise.
The workshop follows a first chemical workshop held last month at Green-tech's base in north Yorkshire.
Sales director Richard Gill said Green-tech had great feedback from its first event, which prompted the growing landscape supplier to hold a duplicate in a different part of the country. "The day will provide delegates with a great networking opportunity and will enable them to take away advice and best practice techniques to pass on throughout their team," he added.
Anyone wishing to attend this workshop must book their place at www.green-tech.co.uk/chemical-workshop.