AWW weed workshop2021-06-29T08:39:51+01:00
WEBINAR

Weed Workshop

Tuesday, June 15

WEBINAR

Weed Workshop

Weed Workshop

Join us for a day packed with in-depth information, advice and tips from the experts at BASF!

3 points to claim in the Weed Workshop! Claim 1 BASiS IPM point per webinar.

Missed any of the webinars? You can watch back on-demand at the links below.

Rob Gladwin, head of technical for BASF, Mike Green, sustainability manager for BASF and Phil Jarvis, chair of Voluntary Initiative

What does IPM mean to you and how it can help your business? Three different panelists discuss the importance of IPM in the broader context of what it means for the future of modern agriculture. This session will explore in depth the importance of IPM to the whole industry and how showcasing what is already happening on-farm will demonstrate to regulators and NGO’s how farmers are going beyond the “simple-fix” approach to weed control by using a wide range of IPM practices to protect their incomes and also the chemistry they need to succeed. It is also an opportunity to share insights from BASF experts about the importance of gaining a common industry understanding of what IPM means and what we can all do together to protect the future of the farming toolbox.

Missed the live webinar? Don’t worry, you watch it below. Want to claim the BASIS point? You need to watch through here.

Steve Dennis, head of business development for BASF, Stuart Kevis, business development manager for cereal herbicides for BASF and Yorkshire-based farmer Richard Hinchliffe

This second panel discussion will explore the challenges the industry faces in launching and protecting chemistry, with a focus on arable weed control products.

It will look at the reliance on chemical controls, what needs to change and how this can be managed in the future, to ensure that new products have longevity and provide the best control possible for farmers, alongside cultural controls.

In this session the company will announce the launch of its #IPMWeedControl campaign, that will encourage growers and agronomists to take a look at their current IPM activities and encourage them to share their own stories and experiences.

Missed the live webinar? Don’t worry, you watch it below. Want to claim the BASIS point? You need to watch through here.

BASF’s head of business developement Steve Dennis

An animated masterclass looking at the science of selectivity, and how the relevant components have an impact on the control of arable weeds, and the yield potential of crops. It will explore how to prevent selectivity in the future including mechanical weed control, and where there is “hope” with Luximo and a new mode of action.

Missed the live webinar? Don’t worry, you watch it below. Want to claim the BASIS point? You need to watch through  here.

Watch back on-demand…

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Speakers

Rob Gladwin

Head of technical,
BASF

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Phil Jarvis

Chair,
Voluntary Initiative

Steve Dennis

Head of business development,
BASF

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Mike Green

Sustainability Manager,
BASF

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Richard Hinchliffe

Yorkshire-based farmer

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Stuart Kevis

Business development manager for cereal herbicides,
BASF

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Ali Richards

Campaign manager,
BASF

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