Soil & Water Management Centre

Developing & improving your soils

Controlled Traffic Farming Workshop - Stour, Kent - 37

  • 22 Jan 2014
  • 10:00 - 15:30
  • The Anchor Pub, High Street, Wingham CT3 1BJ
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Controlled Traffic Farming workshop

Are you facing soil management issues? Are you looking for another tool to help you improve yields? The CTF is another tool in the drive for improving your yields. The comprehensive programme from industry experts will provide an excellent opportunity to learn more about CTF.


10.00    Welcome and introduction by local CSFO & Tim Chamen

10.15  Soil compaction issues and an introduction to CTF –Tim Chamen

10.45  Soil related benefits of CTF adoption - Dick Godwin

11.05  Fertilizer savings in a CTF system - tools and common practice for the 2014 season (part 1) -Christoph Bommes

11.50  Traffic and tillage research at Harper Adams and supported by the Soil and Water Management Centre (SWMC) – Dick Godwin

12.30    Lunch

13.15    Tractor & machine optimisation opportunities –Ian  BJ

13.45    Practical application of fertiliser savings - making it happen – Christoph Bommes

14.15    Case studies of CTF and fertiliser savings -Christoph Bommes and Andrew Cragg

14.50    Closing remarks from CSFO

15.00    Close & depart

The event is jointly sponsored and funded by the Soil & Water Management Centre and Catchment Sensitive Farming

Harper Adams University: Lee Williams
Business Development Officer
t: 01952 815244

Site Admin: Tim Chamen
t: 01525 405121/Mob 07714 206048

Events organiser: Tim Chamen
t: 01525 405121 m: 07714 206048

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