Jul 1, 2021
Webinar set in Georgia on ‘Precision Ag and Technology in the Produce Industry’

The Georgia Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association’s July webinar, “Precision Ag and Technology in the Produce Industry,” will be held virtually on July 13 at 1 p.m. Eastern.

Hosted by Beth Oleson of the Georgia Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association (GFVGA), the event features the following panel:

Nick Place, dean and director, University of Georgia (UGA) College of Ag and Environmental Sciences.
Glen Rains, UGA College of Ag and Environmental Sciences.
Wesley Porter, UGA College of Ag and Environmental Sciences.
Charlie Li, UGA College of Engineering.

This is a discussion of how precision agricultural techniques and technologies can help streamline practices and processes in our production fields, harvesting and packing/processing facilities to reduce costs and improve efficiencies.

There are many factors impacting the fresh produce market that are outside the control of our industry from trade and labor regulations to the rising cost of inputs. This webinar will be a realistic conversations about how to add layers of technologies to improve the bottom line for fresh produce operations.

These UGA researchers are currently developing technologies to help our operations. Be part of the long-term solution with this conversation.

Register here.




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