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Wednesday 15th March, 2017

15.00: German agriculture: From tradition to Precision Ag, by Dr Frank Lorenz, agronomist and researcher at the Agricultural Analytic Research Institute (LUFA), Oldenburg, (Germany)
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15.30: How Big Data is Disrupting Agriculture from Biological Discovery to Farming Practice, by Vonnie Estes, Vice President of Business Development, Caribou Biosciences, California, (USA)
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16.30: Precision Ag: what’s behind the name?, by Dr Jose Antonio Martinez, Department of Environment and Soil Science, Research Group in Agro ICT & Precision Agriculture, University of Lleida, (Spain)
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17.00: Has Hi-Tech Greenhouse Technology passed its optimum economic point?, by Dr Silke Hemming, Head of Research Greenhouse Technology, Wageningen University, (Netherlands)
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Thursday 16th March, 2017


08.30: Foliar fertilization with iodine and magnesium for better nutritional quality and productivity, Keynote Lecture by Prof Ismail Cakmak, Sabanci University, Istanbul, (Turkey)
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09.00: The effect of Potassium Nitrate on the uptake and translocation of foliar applied nutrients in plants, by Harmen Tjalling Holwerda, Potassium Nitrate Association, (Belgium)
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09.20: Marasperse® AG, the natural choice for complexing micronutrients, by Daniel Gomez, Research Scientist, Borregaard AS, (Norway)
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09.40: Fe HBED - From Medical to Agronomic Applications, by Magdalena Chojnacka-Jankowiak, PPC ADOB, (Poland)
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10.40: Yara Water Solution enables irrigation on-demand, by Simon Rueger, Product Manager Fertigation Module, Yara International ASA, (Norway)
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11.00: “Crop Care Solution” – New static foliar application system, by Maoz Aviv, Chief Agronomist, NaanDanJain Irrigation Ltd (Israel)
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11.20: Soil Nitrate Sensors for further optimization of irrigation management, by Peter Raatjes, Director, RMA BV, (Netherlands)
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11.40: H2FLO®: A surfactant formulation for improved yield and water use efficiency in fertigation, by Mike Finney, ICL Specialty Fertilizer, Daventry, (UK)
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12.00: “Plant Centered" – delivering a complementary solution based on crop phenology, by Dr Ron Seligmann, Chief Agronomist & Knowledge Manager, Haifa Chemicals Ltd., (Israel)
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12.20: Fertigation with WSF to improve Water and Nutrients use efficiency, by Dr Kevin Moran, Director, Norsterra Chemical AS, ( Norway)
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13.50: Precision Nutrient Management for Small and Large Scale Farming Systems, Keynote Lecture by Prof. Dr. Raj Khosla, Distinguished Monfort Professor of Precision Agriculture, Colorado State University, (USA)
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14.20: Weather Forecast for the future and the past- reaching every farm with Precision weather information, by Dr Karl G.Gutbrod, CEO, Meteoblue AG, (Switzerland)
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14.40: Field-level detail on a global scale: Planet’s monitoring solution in support of precision agriculture businesses, by Karsten Frotscher, Product Marketing Manager, Planet, (Germany)
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15.00: Revolution for Precision Farming on the doorstep-LPWAN, by Gottfried J Pessl, CEO, Pessl Instruments GmbH, (Austria)
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15.20: Turning Data into insight for Farmers, by Martin Rand, Commercial Director of VitalFields, a European subsidiary of The Climate Corporation, (Estonia)
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16.20: Challenges in implementing Precision Farming in small holder farms and overcoming those challenges: a case of Indian small farmers, by Dr P Soman, Senior VP and Chief Agronomist, Jain Irrigation, (India)
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16.40: Interest & benefits of biophysical parameters for a productive and sustainable agriculture, by Charlotte Gabriel-Robez, Agriculture Marketing Manager, Airbus Defence and Space, (France)
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17.00: CROP-SCAN®: a remote sensing system implemented for use in woody crops, by Mauro Jose Bernal Gonzalez, Manager Crop Scan, Bioiberica SA, (Spain)
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17.20: Why is Precision Agriculture NOT (YET) a huge success?, by Andrej Mertelj, CEO, Datalab Agro AG, (Switzerland)
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17.40: Development and implementation of precision agriculture in France : the vision of a network of 31 cooperatives associated with the InVivo Group, by Thierry Darbin, Precision Agriculture Chief Officer, InVivo Agriculture, (France)
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Friday 17th March, 2017


09.00: Role of humic acid in mitigating salt stress-induced adverse effects in wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), by Juan Felix Hernanz Fernandez, EU Branch Manager, TBIO Crop Science Co. Ltd, (China-Spain)
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09.15: A biopolymer-based biostimulant enriched with micronutrients for enhancing root growth and nutrient uptake of horticultural crops, by Tiziano Celli, agronomist and researcher, University of Tuscia, (Italy)
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09.30: Using Alga600 as a soil amendment. Effects on root-zone soil quality and yield of strawberry, by Tang Jie, General Manager and VP, Beijing Leili Marine Bioindustry Group, (China)
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09.45: Valagro switches “ON” row crops profitability with a new innovative biostimulant, by Giovanni Marrollo, Product Manager Farm, Valagro S.p.A., (Italy)
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10.00: How biostimulants help to grow more sustainable potted plants in the Netherlands, by Ed Moerman, Knowledge Management, Koppert Biological Systems, (Netherlands)
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11.00: Chitosans, Fulvic acids and Polyaspartic acid: Promising Biostimulants for the enhancement of fertilizer efficiency, by Dr Georg Ebert, R&D Director, Deltachem GmbH (Germany) and Dr Li Xinzhu, Kingenta Ecology Engineering Group, (China)
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11.15: Effect of a proprietary alkaline extract of Ascophyllum nodosum on physiological and genetic responses to drought stress, by Katy Shotton, Plant Stress Researcher, Acadian Plant Health, (Canada)
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11.30: Changing Gene Expression to abrogate heat stress, by Wilson Boardman, MD, Micromix Plant Health, (UK)
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11.45: The use of Biostimulants in fight against abiotic stress, by Jose Nolasco Bethencourt, Marketing & R&D Director, Tradecorp International & Professor, Polytechnic University of Madrid, (Spain)
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12.00: An update on the Biostimulants Regulatory process in Europe, by Eric Liégeois, European Commission, (Belgium)
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