Productive, profitable and sustainable?
Can agri-tech deliver a hat-trick?
Technology meets erosion proof farming in Australia for www.ashmorewhitesuffolks.com (original image credit: Brian Fischer)
Soil tillage has led to soil erosion at rates that threaten sustainable food supply. As a result, farming practices that work with nature are gaining momentum.
But for the whole value chain to embrace this challenge we need a dialogue based on good science, relevant metrics and consistent standards.
At REAP 2017 we looked at how today’s best practice is being enhanced by emerging agri-tech.
Early adopters shared their experiences from the field, regulators outline future strategy, and researchers and technologists provide insights into emerging agri-tech developments.
Save the date for REAP 2018: 7 November 2018!
"The no-till revolution"
Keynote address by María Beatriz Giraudo
Argentinian Farmer and Winner of the Kleckner Prize Global Farming Prize 2016
Response by Professor Ian Crute, former Chief Scientist at AHDB
Start-Up Showcase, featuring the hottest agri-tech start-ups
Emerging agri-tech: the agri-tech science strategy is well advanced
Wellcome Genome Campus
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9.30 - 17.30 Tuesday 7th November 2017