Scotland’s premier arable event featuring knowledge and solutions for the arable industry, Arable Scotland, will return this day next month.

The event, which has the theme of ‘Arable farming in a new era’, will take place on Tuesday, July 2, at Balruddery Farm, Invergowrie, Dundee from 9:00a.m – 5:00p.m.

The one-day event is delivered in partnership with the James Hutton Institute and the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board (AHDB).

Now in its sixth year, Arable Scotland aims to bring together the key players in food production, from farmers and agronomists to AgriTech and machinery suppliers, processors and distillers.

A range of trial plots, including the latest from the Recommended Lists, will be on show along with demonstrations and exhibitor stands.

A series of Arable Conversations with guest speakers are being held throughout the day along with seminars and workshops.

The event will feature:

  • Exhibits showcasing the latest farming innovations and solutions;
  • The engaging ‘Arable Conversations’ for knowledge sharing with farmers, researchers, industry and policy;
  • Machinery demonstrations and technological advancements;
  • Seminars exploring topics such as the potential of new and minor crops, and mitigating the impacts of extreme weather;
  • Hands-on workshops for practical insights into soil quality assessment, integrated management and managing risk to grain quality.

Those interested in attending Arable Scotland can book their place now. BASIS and NRoSO points will be available for attending.

The event is free to attend.