october, 2019

23oct10:00 am2:30 pmGrowing Southern Gippsland Field DayPathogens, parasites and pesky pests

Event Details

You are invited along to this exciting field day on biosecurty in a changing climate and its impacts on agriculture in Southern Gippsland.

Field day topics include:

  • Biosecurity planning, farm hygiene, current and future pathogens and parasites
  • New and emerging pest plants as a biosecurity threat
  • Integrated pest management in a changing climate, a horticulture enterprise case study
  • Good and bad soil biology and what to expect in a changing climate
  • Live fluke and the ‘on farm’ warning signs

Morning tea and lunch are provided, look out for Landcare event signs.

The morning session is being held in the Kernot Community Hall and the afternoon session will be at the property of Andy Thomas a local dairy farmer.

RSVP is essential please go to https://biosecuritychangingclimate.eventbrite.com.au

For further details call the Bass Coast Landcare Network Office on 5678 2335.



(Wednesday) 10:00 am - 2:30 pm


Kernot Community Centre

1060 Loch-Kernot Road, Kernot


Bass Coast Landcare Network

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