The aim of the Conference is to bring together farmers, agricultural and horticultural advisers, the technical staff of the agricultural chemical trade and all those concerned with recent advances in chemical and non-chemical crop protection, including advisory, research and government organisations, to discuss crop protection problems prevalent in northern environments. In addition to those from Scotland, northern England and Northern Ireland, the Conference will be of relevance to many others in Northern Europe.
CPNB 2014 will have a wide-ranging programme, including platform and poster sessions on the following areas:
- Cropping systems and environmental interactions
- Soils and Water Protection
- Impact of Rural Development Programme
- Sustainability and impact of EU legislation
- All aspects of crop protection in cereals, potatoes, and other combinable crops
- Application of new technology for diagnostics and integrated crop and pest management
- New products
- Crops for renewable energy
- Innovation Farm
Invited review papers from eminent scientists and practitioners in the UK will be included in the programme.
Visit the event's website for more information about the programme, venue and accomodation. Registrations are open till1 February 2014.