Making sense of soil tests workshop
Soil tests are a very useful tool to understand soil chemistry and can help guide soil health and nutrient management on your farm or rural property. However, it can be tricky to understand and interpret the results.
3 June 2022
LOCAL Land Services will be conducting a one day workshop, with soils expert, David Hardwick from 'Soil Land Food' to give an introduction to understanding soil tests. Participants will learn how to make sense of their soil test results and how to identify soil constraints and key nutrient issues. The workshop will provide a greater understanding about soil tests when getting agronomic advice.
The workshop will explore:
Attendees will need to bring soil test results from their property to the workshop. You may already have recent results of a soil test or you may choose to test your soil. If you do, make sure you give yourself enough time to get these soil test results back before the start of the workshop.
Date: Tuesday 7 June 2022
Location: Mangrove Mountain, Central Coast
Cost is free but registration is essential. Lunch will be provided on the day. Therefore for catering purposes, please register each person separately.
This event will be delivered in compliance with COVID19 safety guidelines.
This project is supported by Greater Sydney Local Land Services through funding from the Australian Government's National Landcare Program.
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