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FarmTech 2014

Time: January 24, 2014 from 8:15am to 4:15pm
Location: Mount Forest Community Centre
Street: 850 Princess Street
City/Town: Mount Forest
Website or Map: http://www.agriculturesolutio…
Phone: 855.247.6548
Event Type: agriculture, educational, conference
Organized By: Agriculture Solutions
Latest Activity: Jan 17, 2014

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Event Description

The 3rd Annual FarmTech event is scheduled for Friday, January 24th at the new Mount Forest Community Center located at 850 Princess Street in Mount Forest, Ontario.


The Keynote speaker will be Graeme Sait traveling all the way from Yandina Queensland Australia. Graeme is an internationally acclaimed expert in Sustainable Agriculture.  

You won't want to miss this event.  In keeping with our theme to bring farmers innovations in agriculture technology, Graeme will be sharing information on his patented nutrient shuttle technology and much more.


The morning will start with Graeme's keynote presentation, Rethinking Agriculture's Status Quo followed by a more-detailed technical talk from Graeme when he'll share his Top Ten Tips for Farming in 2014.

After a hearty lunch, there will be a series of three elective sessions.  Participants will have the opportunity to choose from nine different exciting topics for thier own, unique conference education.

1:00pm Electives
Measuring the Qualities of Forage
Decoding a Soil Analysis Report
Leveraging Liquid at Planting

1:50 pm Electives
Amplifying Results with Humates
Building Quality Into Fruits & Vegetables
Creating a Fertilizer Factory with Microbial Inoculants

3:00pm Electives
Innovative Pest Control with Cover Crops
Making More ofYour Manure
Keystones of Human Health

You can find detailed session descriptions on our website.

Registration will take place between 8:15 and 8:45am.  The event will start promptly at 9:00am and end at 4:15pm.

To register, call us at 855.247.6548 or click here to register today!  Save $15 by pre-registering for the event. Conference fee is $75, in advance, or $90 at the door. To register by mail, download the registration form and send it in with your payment to Agriculture Solutions  403 Irvine Street  Elora, ON  N0B 1S0. 

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