What is the return on investment of different ag technology options, and how can the data from technology be used on the farm to make management decisions? Joy Agnew will discuss the latest in smart farming at Top Crop Manager’s Plant Health Summit, to be held from Feb. 25 to 26, 2020, in Saskatoon.
Joy Agnew spent a decade at the Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute before taking the role of director of applied research at Olds College a year ago. During the Summit, Agnew will present on the latest ag tech information and current research happening at the Olds College Smart Farm in Alberta, including wireless soil sensors, microclimate crop health monitors, spot spraying technology and more. This Summit is a homecoming for Agnew who grew up on a grain farm near Prince Albert, Sask. and earned her PhD at the University of Saskatchewan.
Learn how to get the most out of the latest ag tech. Take advantage of the early-bird rate of $120 and register today for the 2020 Plant Health Summit!
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