Ag Tech Professional Forum: Virtual

Join friends and colleagues from our region and share what’s happening in North Carolina’s ag tech industry. The Ag Tech Professional Forum is a series held throughout the year providing the opportunity to learn about N.C.’s diverse agricultural resources, while also offering a setting for networking and engagement outside of our normal workspaces. See the agenda below for the upcoming Forum topic and details.

Agenda

Plant Health: The Tale of Biologicals and Chemicals


Thursday, May 14, 2020  |  4-5:30 p.m.  |  Zoom Webinar

May's event will be VIRTUAL due to the current COVID-19 restrictions. While this will be a new experience for our Forum series, we have planned a great panel and look forward to your participation. Please note the slight adjustment in timing listed below for the program.

The Ag Tech Professional Forum 2020 series theme is around plant health in recognition of the United Nation’s "International Year of Plant Health." As such, May's panel will discuss the relative roles of biologicals and chemicals in plant health, the effect on market share and market acceptance, regulatory hurdles, manufacturing woes and other related challenges. 

Speakers:

Moderator:

 
Tomso Photo Dan Tomso, Ph.D.
Chief Business Officer
AgBiome

Panelists:

 
Natalie Hummel Photo Natalie Hummel, Ph.D.
US Development Director
ADAMA USA
Andy Renz Photo Andy Renz
Vice President, Business Development
Vestaron Corp.
Tom Snipes Photo Tom Snipes
Chief Executive Officer
PlantResponse
 

 

Annual Sponsors


Global Ag Logo HPG Logo Myers Bigel Logo Smith Anderson Logo

Supporting Sponsor


Alexandria LaunchLabs - AgTech

 

 

Registration

Registration is now closed.  We will be posting the recorded event shortly so don't miss out.

More Information

2020 Series Dates:

  • July 22
  • September 16
  • November 11

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Online via Zoom Webinar

Details will be emailed to registrants the morning of May 14, so be on the lookout.

Free - Registration is Required
Agriculture