Are you interested in spending quality time with experts who design, engineer and build the machinery you use in your operation? Would you like to know what they think are the top emerging trends? You’ll find this and more at the inaugural AG CONNECT Expo 2010, January 13-15 in Orlando.
The PrecisionAg Institute, a sister initiative of the CropLife Media Group, is proud to be serving as a sponsor of a special technology track of seminars. Topics to be covered include: active optical sensor technology to help manage variable-rate nitrogen application to improve profitability and yield; cutting-edge wireless technology; precision planting; and traceability technologies for monitoring crops “from farm to fork.”
This is only part of the extensive education program planned for the AG CONNECT Expo. For details on the show’s educational sessions, visit www.agconnect.com/Education/index.asp.
In addition to the education program, attendees will benefit from a variety of networking opportunities including meals, tours, and an exhibit floor featuring the leading manufacturers of ag products for modern agriculture.
To register for the AG CONNECT Expo, visit http://www.agconnect.com/Registration/index.asp.