PROFITS IN PIPELINE: A Water for Profit field day will be held on April 10 at the Riverlands Centre in Longford. The event, from 8.30 am to 2pm, will offer information on precision irrigation, tips on enhancing current systems and the latest research. Speakers Tim Neale and Luke Taylor will discuss technologies for precision irrigation and fertiliser treatments. Register online at www.eventbrite.com. au/e/statewide-irrigationevent-tickets-43334775480.
INSECT FOCUS: The benefits of insectaries in horticulture and how to create one on a farm are the focus of a NRM South event on April 12. The day runs from 9.45 am to 12.30, first at Redlands Distillery in Kempton and at Reid Fruits at Jericho. RSVP: by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
REGENERATION DAY: A field day on April 12 wil focus on regenerative agriculture. The day will be held at James and Tahnee McShane’s property Rotherwood, 749 Rotherwood Rd in Lower Marshes from 9.30am to 4pm. Key topics include impact of rest periods, benefits of the family or couple business model and farm planning and apps. RSVP on 1800 356 004 or email email@example.com.
WOMEN’S WORKSHOP: Tasmanian Women in Agriculture and Rural Business Tasmania are running a series of workshop events starting in Scamander on April 12. The workshops follow the Small Farms Big Ideas workshop series held last year, devised by garlic and tomato grower Annette Reed. The theme is Weathering the Storms. The first workshop will be at Woodspen at Scamander from 9am to 4pm. Cost: $10. Details: Susan Nolan 6334 2768 or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
RELIEF EFFORT: Rural Business Tasmania will host a fundraising event for the Rural Relief Fund on April 13. The evening will be a chance to mingle with politicians, stakeholders and supporters of the rural community at one of Tasmania’s great rural homes. Details: 6334 2768.
ON THE MAP: DPIPWE is running LISTmap training at Hagley Farm School. LISTmap is an online application that allows people to view, create and share customised maps. Standard sessions are on April 18 from 9am to noon and from 2pm to 5pm and on April 20 from 9am to noon with shorter sessions on April 19 from 11.15am and from 1.15pm. Register by email to mathew. webb@ dpipwe.tas. gov.au.
PRECISION SKILLS: The Tasmanian Agricultural Productivity Group will hold the Precision Agriculture Expo on April 19 at Hagley Farm School with a focus on training and education. The free event, from 9am to 4pm, includes presentations, trade displays and demonstrations. Details: email email@example.com.
BIODYNAMICS DAY: Biodynamics Tasmania is holding a field day hosted by Red Cow Dairies on April 21 at 249 Lowries Rd, Oldina. The day runs from 10am and includes morning tea. Details: visit www.biodynamicstas.com/calendar.