TEAGASC PHD WALSH SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY| “Using precision fertiliser management with perennial ryegrass/white clover swards to further increase the sustainability of dairy grazing systems”
TEAGASC PHD WALSH SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY| “Using precision fertiliser management with perennial ryegrass/white clover swards to further increase the sustainability of dairy grazing systems”

Deadline: 07 June 2024 I. Background The pasture-based Irish milk production system is based on an extended grazing season from February to November. Until 2021, farms in derogation could apply up to 250 kg of chemical nitrogen N/ha; however, this amount has been reduced by 10% in 2022; 212 kg N/ha in 2024 and will likely be further reduced in the coming years.  In grass-based systems, to reduce cost inputs and environmental impacts of chemical nitrogen use and to increase farm gat

 May 19, 2024
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CALA Advanced Leadership Programme Cohort 4 Application Process Now Open| Centre for african Leaders in agriculture
Deadline: 02 July 2024 Applications for the fourth cohort of CALA’s Advanced Leadership Programme, an AGRA-led initiative co-implemented by the African Management Institute, are now live! The fourth cohort follows the successful implementation of the first, second, and third cohorts, com
 May 17, 2024
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TEAGASC PhD WALSH Scholarship Opportunity| Enhancing Sustainability of the Irish Agri-Food Sector
Deadline:  20 May 2024 Full title: “Entrepreneurial Value Streams: Strengthening producer capacity for short food supply chains (SFSC’s) to enhance sustainability and scaling of the Irish agri-food sector”. Project Outline This PhD offers a very exciting opportun
 May 7, 2024
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Msc Scholarship Opportunity| Exploiting genomics to advance genetic gain for health traits in sheep
Deadline: 07 June 2024 Background Genomic selection was introduced to the Irish national sheep breeding programme in 2020, however, the full potential of genomic data to increase genetic gain, profitability and efficiency of sheep industry remains unexploited. The now routine genotyping o
 May 4, 2024
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