Agronomy Week will run from Monday 30 November to Friday 4 December. It will comprise a series of webinars aimed at agronomists on important issues in contemporary agronomy.
AHDB says in an information article that it ordinarily hosts the Agronomists’ Conference in December. This annual event is a two-day conference for agronomists, covering the cereals and oilseeds and potatoes industries. Due to ongoing restrictions following the coronavirus pandemic, we have taken the decision to cancel major events up until the end of 2020.
As a result, this years’ conference will be entirely online and free to attend. To help delegates get the most out of this new format we have expanded the event into a week-long programme of digital events called ‘Agronomy Week’. Delegates can register for a series of webinars and interactive discussion sessions covering important issues on contemporary agronomy.
Agronomy Week 2020 will showcase the latest research and provide agronomists with practical management strategies to use across the rotation.
The Agronomists’ Induction, AHDB’s annual conference for early career agronomists, returns this year as part of Agronomy Week. In addition to the main programme, new agronomists and advisers will have exclusive access to webinars to introduce them to AHDB tools, services and staff. Delegates can register by 1 October to get exclusive access to important AHDB resources.
Agronomy Week: Visit the AHDB website for programme details and further information
Agronomist Induction: Find out more and how to book.