NIAB TAG offers weed course for grass seed producers

NIAB TAG is offering an opportunity to learn more about grass and grassland weed identification and management skills on a one-day course on 16 November 2011, aimed at arable and livestock farmers, crop inspectors, cereal and grass seed producers and agronomists.

The course, to be held at NIAB in Cambridge, covers the theory and practice of grass identification, managing grass crops including variety choice and cultural and chemical weed control options, and understanding the legislation covering grassland management and seed standards.

Delegate costs are £245 (excluding VAT) with a 10% discount for NIAB TAG Network members, and 2 NRoSO CPD points and 12 BASIS CPD points on offer. 

For further information go to or contact Anne Unwin at NIAB on 01223 342200 to book a place.

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