Monday, August 21, 2017 to Friday, September 1, 2017
USA (Alabama, Arkansas, Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee and Washington, D.C.)
Who Should Attend?
- Agronomists, soil scientists, researchers and extensionists from national and international agricultural research institutes and universities.
- Policymakers from governments and ministries in charge of agricultural productivity and planning.
- Executives and managers of fertilizer and agricultural input organizations.
- Government officials involved in developing strategies for increased agricultural production through the use of emerging technologies that promote resource conservation and increased efficiencies.
- Innovative farmers.
- Improve your knowledge and understanding of recent technological advances in the areas of biotechnology, sensor-based irrigation, information management, precision agriculture and remote-sensing technologies.
- Become familiar with the farm-level impacts of each of these advances on water and nutrient management under changing climatic conditions.
- Get an opportunity to observe and discuss with other participants from many countries and backgrounds the practicality and economics of integrating these innovations into the mainstream of major crops.
- Be exposed to trends and challenges in the agricultural global market and see how farmers, agribusinesses and policymakers are adjusting to them by using state-of-the-art information and technology available for today’s agriculture production.
- Visit to the country’s largest outdoor farm show to discover first hand the latest in farming technology.
For more information regarding this training program, please click here and read the detailed program description.