New Ag International is delighted to announce its involvement in a week of high-tech agriculture in Dublin 25-29th March. Covering the latest developments in plant nutrition, smart fertilizer, biostimulants and digital agriculture, this series of events offers a unique opportunity for attendees.
The week will bring together three conferences and two exhibitions under one roof at the Citywest Hotel, the largest hotel in Ireland. The conference programmes include world-class speakers on precision agriculture, slow- and controlled-release and stabilized fertilizers, specialty plant nutrition, biostimulants, irrigation and fertigation.
The week begins with the InfoAg International Conference and Exhibition running alongside the IFA/New Ag International Conference on Slow- and Controlled-Release and Stabilized Fertilizers, which currently runs every three years. These three-day events run 25-27 March.
Following many years of success in the USA, the organizer of InfoAg is partnering with New Ag International and coming to Europe to create the premier event for the discussion and advancement of precision and digital agriculture. Subjects to be covered include looking at in-field monitoring with imagery and sensors, seamless connectivity with IoT, data analytics and prediction modelling, variable rate technology and prescription platforms.
Running concurrently is the global reference event on Slow- and Controlled-Release and Stabilized Fertilizers (SCRSFs), jointly organised by New Ag International and the International Fertilizer Association (IFA). After a 4th edition that gathered almost 300 delegates in Beijing, China in 2016, the conference will again deliver the very latest in research and development, agronomic and environmental benefits, economics of use, policy and regulatory framework, current markets and the outlook for these products, particularly given the increasing global production capacity of SCRFs and usage of stabilized fertilizers.
The week will finish with the New Ag International Conference and Exhibition, which is the 17th edition of this world-leading event, running 27-29 March. After Nairobi, Kenya in 2018, where close to 500 delegates from 50 countries made the trip along with 60 exhibitors, the annual New Ag International Conference and Exhibition is coming back to Europe where more than 500 delegates are expected. The conference programme will once again set the global standard for its depth of subjects, covering the latest trends and products in plant nutrition, soil and crop health. Combined with the exhibition, the event offers an unrivalled forum bringing together decision makers from the specialty fertilizer, biostimulant, fertigation and precision ag industries.
New Ag International looks forward to welcoming attendees to Dublin in what promises to be a truly stimulating week on high-tech agriculture. More information about all of these conferences can be found on the New Ag International website.