The second Arable Scotland – the new field event for the arable industry and value chain – was due to take place at Balruddery Farm, Angus on 2 July, with many winter crop demo and trial plots already in the ground. The current uncertainties arising from the COVID-19 outbreak make it unwise to expect any large gathering to be possible or even desirable in mid-summer. The event partners have therefore decided to change the format to an online event.
Arable Scotland: moving to a ‘virtual’ format for 2020
Thursday 2 July 2020
Scotland's newest arable event is developing alternative, virtual ways to make available the knowledge, new information, learning and advice arising from demonstration plots and exhibits.
#ArableScotland, Scotland's newest field event focussing on #arable crops, is moving to a virtual format this year due to #COVID19 restrictions. The new format will feature a suite of webinars, videos, articles and online resources. Visit https://t.co/D9B8NImppY for more details. https://t.co/rqhblsz7py
April 08, 2020