Using BSI PAS 100 Compost in Agriculture - Farmer and Advisors' Breakfast Meeting
21 February 2013 08:30 - 21 February 2013 10:15
Penwine Farm, Longstone, St Mabyn, Bodmin,Cornwall PL30 3DB
Mr AR and Mrs SA White of Penwine Farm, Longstone have kindly agreed to host a short breakfast meeting on their farm, in conjunction with WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme) and compost producer Cornish Compost Ltd, to discuss the benefits of applying BSI PAS 100 quality compost to agricultural land as an effective soil improver and alternative supply of nutrients.
You are invited to join us for this FREE EVENT, which is registered for BASIS CPD points.
Meet at: 8.30 a.m. at Penwine Farm, Longstone, St Mabyn, Bodmin PL30 3DB for breakfast and introductions, followed by a presentation on behalf of WRAP by Anna Becvar, a FACTS qualified advisor, on the benefits of BSI PAS 100 compost, its properties, applications and best use, and by local BSI PAS 100 compost producer Martin Lake of Cornish Compost Ltd, on material production and supply. Mr & Mrs White have been regularly applying BSI PAS 100 quality compost to their potato and cereal crops and they will discuss their experience of using the material, which will be available to sample on the day.
Please reply by Friday, 15th February latest, either by telephoning 01285 831055 or emailing email@example.com. Please feel free to invite your agronomist or fellow farmers who you think may be interested. Information on BSI PAS 100 compost use in agriculture can be found at www.wrap.org.uk/agriculture.