Balruddery Farm, Fowlis by Dundee, DD2 5LJ
Arable Scotland is a brand-new event where innovation, science and practice will meet to showcase solutions that raise the efficiency and sustainability of Scottish arable production. The event will promote the quality and profile of Scottish produce and strengthen links between innovators, producers, support industries and end markets.
The event will centre around a hub of four key zones (see below). This year the hub will focus on the story of spring barley and the importance of this crop in Scotland's arable systems. Surrounding trials at the site will pick up key themes in more detail. This will be a high profile and collaborative event and the James Hutton Institute is inviting your input in the surrounding demonstration space and trial plots to showcase new solutions and innovations.
The James Hutton Institute is looking for exhibitors, supporters and sponsors and this is your opportunity to become involved and help us deliver an event that meets the needs of Scotland’s arable community by booking demonstration plots, trial plots, marquee space or suggesting stand ideas and other aspects of involvement.
For initial enquiries and to submit your ideas, pick your Zone and drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively, you can have a chat with any of the planning committee:
Fiona Burnett, Head of Crops & Soils Research Group, SRUC
Adrian Newton, Cereal Pathologist, James Hutton Institute
Andy Evans, Applied Practice Team Leader Crop & Soil Systems, SRUC
Claire Hodge, Senior KE Manager (Scotland) Arable, AHDB
Ken Loades, Soils and Crops Sector Leader, SEFARI
Euan Caldwell, Head of Farms, Fields and Glasshouses, James Hutton Institute
Pam Cassidy, Event Coordinator, James Hutton Institute
Deadline for submissions is 31 January 2019.