Join Queensland Drones and Growcom’s Hort360 staff for an information session this month on taking your property planning to the next level.
DATE: Tuesday 22 November 2016
TIME: 9:30 – 11:30am, followed by BBQ lunch
LOCATION: Cameron & Mary Lister’s Farm. Access via Old Gympie Rd, Glasshouse Mountains between Sahara Rd & Fullertons Rd. Look for the Hort360 signs.
BOB HOWARD – OWNER, GES PROPERTY MAPPING & MACADAMIA GROWER
Erosion Management Action Plans are designed to minimise erosion and soil loss from farms. These plans provide knowledge to growers about their farm that allows them to manage their property more effectively.
JADE KING – AGRONOMIST, COOCHIN CREEK FRUITGROWERS COOPERATIVE
Discuss how the LIDAR layers can be used in-conjunction with pest scouting records, crop and orchard management, spray management and fertiliser requirements.
TONY GILBERT – CEO, QLD DRONES
NDVI can identify crop stress well before the human eye can, leading to faster, more effective treatments.
NICK WATTS – PROJECT DIRECTOR, GROWTH AGRICULTURE/INNOVATE AG
Come hear about the new product SeroX, and how it might benefit you and your farm.
Also available to speak with on the day:
- Ro Beveridge & Anna Geddes: Hort360 Facilitators, Growcom
- Nick Harman: Irrigation Specialist, Coochin Creek Fruitgrowers Cooperative
- Andrew Robson: Associate Professor, University of New England
- Ian Layden: Leader, Horticultural Systems (Innovation), DAF
This workshop is funded by the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection