Mar
31
1:00pm 1:00pm

BioGro JAS training webinar

Planning on becoming JAS certified? Look no further, BioGro are holding a JAS training webinar, PPM for Organic Plants (producers), with our Technical Manager Akiko Nicholls!

The course is a mandatory requirement for JAS certified operators and it covers a summary of JAS law and the JAS certification/regulations requirements. Minimum two people must attend from a JAS certified operation to meet the requirement by the JAS law to cover the key roles in JAS system such as Production Process Management Director & Grading Manager.

To register, please fill out this application form and return to Eljay@BioGro.co.nz

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Safe Food Campaign - Why go organic?
Mar
25
9:00am 9:00am

Safe Food Campaign - Why go organic?

Do you find yourself asking - Why go organic? Isn't it too expensive? What food in New Zealand is more likely to have pesticide residues?

These questions and more will be discussed by Dr Heli Matilainen and Alison White of the Safe Food Campaign at a presentation on "Why go organic" at Thorndon Farmers Market (11am)

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Future Farms Conference
Mar
14
to Mar 15

Future Farms Conference

  • Palmerston North Convention Centre Palmerston North New Zealand (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Future Farms returns in 2017 with the support of Federated Farmers to bring you high quality presentations and speakers to inspire, connect and prepare the next generation of rural decision makers. 

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Bert Quin to visit Southland
Dec
5
6:00pm 6:00pm

Bert Quin to visit Southland

Bert Quin, New Zealand’s leading RPR Specialist, is visiting Southland on Monday 5 December. He has no ties to any phosphate company/supplier at present. We (myself and Shane Harold, Fert Wholesale ltd) are going ahead with having a meeting with Bert, to discuss RPR and other fertiliser inputs.

Time: Meeting will be at 6pm Monday 5th December. Venue: Heartland Hotel Croydon, light refreshment provided.

If you would like to attend, please RSVP to Kim Strang on 021 222 5511 or email kim@bioag.co.nz.

More about Bert Quin:

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