Biennial Asparagus Conference 2022 takes place on Wednesday, 6 July 2022

The Asparagus Growers Association is pleased to announce the 2022 Biennial Asparagus Conference will be held on Wednesday 6 July 2022 at Willow Farm, Coningsby in Lincolnshire by kind permission of J & V Casey and Son Ltd. There will be presentations in the morning followed by machinery demonstrations to cover harvesting aids to reduce labour and asparagus field trials in the afternoon. A trade exhibition will be running alongside the event throughout the day. There will also be Drinks Reception and Conference Dinner on the evening of Tuesday 5 July 2022 at The Petwood Hotel, Stixwould Road, Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, LN10 6QG.

The Conference is available to all which attracts many growers and producers thereby giving you an excellent opportunity to reach a targeted audience of everyone involved in the Asparagus industry and a chance to catch up in person. There will be a networking lunch with opportunities to interact with growers, agronomists, machinery companies and associated industries. The event is registered for both BASIS and NRoSO points which will be available on the day.

Trade exhibition opportunities are available for the event and offers superb exposure before, during and after the conference. If you would like further information please contact admin@britishgrowers.org 

On behalf of the industry and the association we would like to say a huge thank you to the companies that support our event through sponsorship or by exhibiting. 

Delegate registrations and conference dinner tickets are now open via Eventbrite, visit www.britishgrowers.org/events/biennial-asparagus-conference-6th-july-2022/  

For more information:
Pauline Sutton
Asparagus Growers Association
pauline.sutton@britishgrowers.org 


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