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2020 Virtual Precision Agriculture Conference & Ag Technology Showcase

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2020 Virtual Precision Agriculture Conference & Ag Technology Showcase

Time: November 17, 2020 to November 19, 2020
Location: Online
Website or Map: https://www.farms.com/precisi…
Phone: 888.248.4893 x 5030
Event Type: conferance
Organized By: Farms.com
Latest Activity: Jul 23, 2020

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Event Description

Farms.com is excited to announce that it will be holding its first Virtual Precision Agriculture Conference & Ag Technology Showcase November 17 to 19, 2020.

Precision agriculture involves observation, data collection, and making decisions based on what the data is showing.Keynote and breakout sessions are being offered with a variety of topics enabling you to tailor your interests.

New to Precision Agriculture?
Attend our FREE pre-conference Precision Ag 101 & 201 webinars.

Who should attend the Virtual Precision Agriculture Conference?

Farmers who are interested in optimizing returns on inputs while preserving resources, reducing costs and reducing waste, all while improving yields and minimizing farming environmental impacts to the land.

To learn more about Sponsorship and Exhibitor opportunities,
email PrecisionAg@Farms.com or call 888.248.4893 x 5030

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