The AWRI webinar series is now underway. The next four webinars include topics looking at new technologies and approaches to vineyard management, the role of carbon in soil, and maceration options for Pinot Noir. Each webinar consists of a presentation followed by a Q&A session and is held at 11:30 am Australian Central Time (Adelaide, GMT+9:30), usually on a Thursday. All AWRI webinars are free to attend.
The next four webinars will be:
14 September 2016: Canopy management using grower-friendly digital tools – Roberta De Bei (University of Adelaide)
22 September 2016: Optimising the management of soils and organic matter: the role of soil carbon in drought resilience – Jeff Baldock (CSIRO)
29 September 2016: Innovative Pinot Noir maceration – Anna Carew (University of Tasmania)
6 October 2016: Remote sensing applications in viticulture: recent advances and new opportunities – Andrew Hall (Charles Sturt University)
Register now or find out more at: http://www.awri.com.au/industry_support/courses-seminars-workshops/webinars/.
After registering for a webinar, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to join the session.
You will need a computer with an internet connection. Participants can dial in via phone using the provided number or audio can be connected over the internet using the computer’s microphone and speakers (voice over internet protocol – VOIP). Participants can also join a webinar via a smart phone or tablet. See here for details on downloading the required mobile app.
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