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Agri-Tech Week 2020
Monday 9th November 2020 @ 9:30 am - Friday 13th November 2020 @ 5:00 pm
Returning for its 7th year, Agri-Tech Week 2020 provides opportunities to meet potential collaborators, customers and partners within the agri-tech ecosystem and includes the REAP conference on Tuesday 10 November 2020.
To find out more about each of these events visit the Agri-Tech Week page. Registrations are taken by each of the partner organisations with the links found underneath each event.
BASIS points awarded for each event.
ADAS will showcase the use of crop sensing in field vegetable and potato crops.
REAP 2020: Managing complexity is the biggest challenge for agriculture, as every variable – from the microbes in the soil to global weather patterns – can impact productivity, profitability and sustainability.
Agri-TechE is at the heart of a vibrant agri-tech innovation ecosystem, and this year’s REAP conference is taking a farmer-centric view of the emerging approaches and technologies that promise improved decision-making at every level.
AHDB will explore the Rotations Partnership with presentations discussing the challenges being addressed, the tech application or approach, key findings and conclusions so far, practical applications and impact on decision making
Norwich Research Park’s event will explore the complex interactions between crop, pest and non-chemical controls in a changing climatic and regulatory environment. We will explore the impact of new controls on biodiversity and soil health.
RNAA: In a timely contribution to this year’s Agri-Tech Week, the RNAA is hosting a webinar that tackles the issues and implications of COVID-19 on the industry. In particular, does digital allow new developments to transcend borders and accelerate the transfer of new learnings and understanding around the world? Bringing together senior leaders from across the world, this webinar will address the role that can be played by all those across the industry, but especially agricultural associations and show societies.
NIAB will explore the use of farm waste to improve soil structure, health and performance are key themes for this practical, evidence-based seminar. The outputs of a number of strategic projects will be discussed.
Agri-Tech Week is a partnership initiative founded in 2014 between Agri-Tech East, the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association and the Suffolk Agricultural Association. It aims to celebrate and showcase excellence across the agri-tech value chain, brokering links and fostering new relationships between businesses, researchers and government.