Mimic, Harness or Borrow; Applying Nature’s Solutions to Agriculture
15th Jan 2018 – Easton College, Norwich
Plants create their own defence mechanisms, these naturally occurring products and processes are being identified and created synthetically to provide new ways to plant health. At this event we will look at a variety of different biological agents and natural product chemistry tools that offer potential for commercial animal, plant and soil management. Register online now.
The 3Rs of Plant and Animal Diagnostics - Rapid, Reliable and Robust
13th February 2018 – Cambridge
Many of the ways we detect disease in livestock and plants have not changed for 30 years. The falling cost of genomics and new chemistry that is emerging are providing opportunities for a new generation of diagnostics that are fast, accurate and specific. This event will explore the new developments in both plant and animal health. More information & book now.
Bringing the Outside In – Innovations for Indoor Farming
19th March 2018 – Rothamsted
Vertical, indoor or urban – the technologies for production of high quality, consistent crops grown in highly controlled conditions are developing rapidly, making indoor commercial production at scale a viable proposition. We’ll be exploring the new technologies, the business models and the potential for scaling, as well as considering the viability of “out of the box” modular solutions for commercial applications and farm diversification opportunities. More information & book now.
In Other News
Stop by our stand at the AIC Agribusiness 2019 conference on 14th November and pick up our latest info, see Agri-Tech East’s 2018 in pictures, get an overview of all our members, and find out what we have in store for 2019.
Interested in doing agri-tech business in Latin America, the fastest growing market for UK agricultural technologies? DIT experts from the British Embassies and Consulates in Brazil, Mexico and Argentina are hosting a webinar on Thursday Nov 22nd 14.30-15.15. Register online. Enquirers please contact firstname.lastname@example.org