SADGA has developed two very intensive spring cropwalk programs to view the southern region trial sites for our members and interested participants.
Come along to the SADGA forums to hear about varying topics that ultimately impact on your bottom line. Hear from Dr Sue Stewart (Uni Adelaide) on barley malt flavour, Dr Anh Pham (Uni Adelaide) for the latest regarding drought tolerance research in barley, and Professors Diane Mather and Jason Able (Uni Adelaide) on durum germplasm that has enhanced levels of lutein (value-adding for the durum industry) – just to name a few of the speakers and the areas in which they will focus on.
Due to COVID-19 and the border closure between SA and Victoria our South East cropwalks will only occur in South Australia. However we are looking forward to working with MacKillop Farm Management Group again this year starting at Wolseley and finishing at the Keith NVT.
Dates have been set as follows:
Wednesday, September 2nd: Mid North Durum Crop Walk at Roseworthy: Program & Maps
Our cropwalks are a free service to Durum Growers and SADGA is looking forward to you joining us on site however on this occasion REGISTRATION WILL BE ESSENTIAL.
Wednesday, October 7th: South East of South Australia Comibined SADGA/MFMG Crop Walk commencing at Wolseley Community & Recreation Centre. Program and Maps V4 (Updated 22/09/20)
Changes to these program will occur without notice and both events are subject to the Australian and State Government COVID-19 restrictions.
Please click on this link to register your interest for the South East https://bit.ly/30yNUoh
This cropwalk will be compliant with SA Health COVID 19 Regulations
Please do not come to this cropwalk if:
- You are feeling unwell
- Have travelled interstate / overseas within the last 2 weeks
Whilst attending this cropwalk we ask that you:
- Practise good hygiene
- Observe physical distancing (1.5m) wherever possible
- Register your attendance with SADGA prior to the event or on the day with your full name and contact information.
* Hand Sanitizer, antiseptic wipes and signage will be provided
[Image: Rhiannon Schilling presenting at the 2019 Cropwalk at Roseworthy]