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Closing the Circle – integrating trace element supply in soils, plants and animals
March 1 2017
Abbey Hotel, Malvern, Worcestershire
In collaboration with the British Society of Animal Science (BSAS) and British Society of Soil Science (BSSS) BGS is holding a Winter Meeting on the mineral nutrition of the soil/plant/animal.
The Winter Meeting seeks to bring together scientists, technical specialists and practitioners in a forum with a focus on practical application and integration of knowledge. Through invited speakers, offered papers and posters and breakout sessions there will be opportunity for all to hear about and discuss the many facets of trace element nutrition in soils, plants and animals, the interactions within the system and where we lack knowledge.
Professor of Food Chain Nutrition, University of Reading -
Micronutrient status of the UK population: current issues and influence of animal-derived foods
Technical Director, Origin Fertilisers -
Selenium supplementation via fertilisation of grassland
Technical Director, Evidence Group Limited -
Trace element supply to the dairy herd and the impact of overfeeding
Other Topics include: Micronutrient contents of Grasses and Legumes and its Biogeography; Farmer knowledge and Management controls on Magnesium; Copper avoidance behaviour in sheep; Micronutrients in organic compared to conventionally farmed soils; Assessing trace element status.
You can download the event leaflet for more information here
Poster authors can view poster preparation guidelines here
Event Date: Wed, 01/03/2017
Event Time: 9.00 - 16.30
BGS is a membership organisation which acts as a communication forum, through events and publications, for the profitable and sustainable use of grass and forage.