The aim of the seminars is to update growers with technical information on pests, diseases and weeds of narcissus.
Researchers will summarise recent HDC-funded projects into boosting business profitability by minimising bulb losses and reducing labour inputs.
The first seminar (14 April), being run in conjunction with the South Holland Growers Club, will take place in the Patio Room at Springfield Gardens, Spalding.
The second seminar (5 May) will take place in the Ken Haine Seminar Room at Duchy College, Camborne, Cornwall.
Pre-booking for the events, which offer BASIS points, is essential. Email Kirsty Nichols on email@example.com.