Fertiliser and related events are listed below.
IFS 2021 Agronomic Conference
9 – 10 December 2021
The programme of papers for our 2021 Agronomic Conference has now been confirmed, and registration is open.
The Conference will feature eleven papers, covering topics such as the measurement of soil carbon and nitrogen usage efficiency, the practical role of regenerative agriculture, the agronomic performance of P recycled fertilisers, the role of boron, a review of biostimulants, long tern trial results on the impact of pH management, and options to reduce nitrous oxide emissions from crop production.
The presentations will again be augmented by a varied display of posters, while the Conference will host the final of the 2021 Brian Chambers International Award for Early Career Researchers in Crop Nutrition.
If you would like to submit an abstract of a poster that you wish to display at the Conference, please e-mail this to the Society Secretary, at the address at the bottom of this page.
There will also be ample opportunities for valuable networking, including the Conference dinner.
For those in the UK, attendance at this conference will be worth ten BASIS FACTS CPD points.
The continuing covid-19 pandemic obviously means that we cannot currently be certain as to the situation that will exist in December. Accordingly we will keep the situation under constant review, but at present it appears that it will be possible, viable and appreciated(!) to hold a physical conference in December.
IFS 2020 / 2021 agronomic webinars
September 2020 – March 2021
This year the IFS is organising an expanded series of webinar presentations that cover a variety of important and topical aspects of crop nutrition. Each webinar will be to the same standard as our conference papers; all will have a question and answer session, and most will be accompanied by a written paper.
March 2021 onwards
A series of webinars for those involved and interested in the production and handling of fertilising products, replacing our 2021 IFS Technical conference.