The free webinars on September 16 and 18 are open to all NSW producers, providing direct access to two experts on types of on-farm grain storage – temporary and permanent.
Temporary options include grain bunkers, silo bags, and grain pits while permanent storage involves structures such as silos and sheds.
Philip Burrill from Department of Agriculture and Fisheries Queensland who will speak on topics including silo and grain hygiene, grain shed fumigation and preparation before storage.
NSW Department of Primary Industries Grains Biosecurity Officer, Bill Gordon, will advise on management during harvest to minimise risks of weeds, pests and diseases in stored grain.
Webinar 1:‘Temporary storages – preparation & key practices for success’
Wednesday 16thSeptember 2020 at 9am – 10am.
Webinar 2: ‘Silos – cone & flat bottom, plus grain sheds – key practices for success’
Friday 18thSeptember 2020 at 9 am – 10 am.
All registered participants will receive an email prior to the webinar with pre-resource material supplied by the presenters.
There will be a Q & A question panel at the end of the webinar for presenters to answer participants questions on grain storage.
This webinar series is proudly brought to you by the statewide Ag advisory team from Local Land Services.