The next John Forrest Award Communication Skills training course is taking place in January 2023.
Summer 2022 has been great for sharing knowledge and for networking. Research funded by The Morley Agricultural Foundation has been showcased across East Anglia at various agricultural events and open days. NIAB Research Trials Agronomist Grace Bale describes how each event has enabled engagement with different audiences, from specialists within the agricultural industry to the general public.
Farming is – more than ever – all about making the right choices at the right time. At the 2022 Morley Innovation Day there was plenty of expert advice on hand guide the decision-making all the way to get a crop to harvest.
Eight young agri-professionals have just taken part in the latest John Forrest Award Communication Skills course. One of the participants, Zoe Fletcher from Ceres Rural, describes what the course is and has done for her professional ability to communicate well at every opportunity.
The research of one of the TMAF-supported PhD students has come to a close and the findings are now available to read and to learn from.
The twin themes of meticulous measurement and careful management recurred throughout the presentations by young TMAF-supported researchers Joe Martlew and David Clarke and experienced and award-winning Suffolk farm manager Edward Vipond during our Winter Meeting at Morley Farm.
One of the PhD students we support, Paul Zauzau Chunga, gives an update on what he is discovering on the role of agronomy and genotype in stopping sugar loss during storage of sugar beet.