Date: Feb 13, 2020
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All community members, ag industry members, growers, PCAs, CCAs, QALs, pilots, students and participants in ag tech and software industries are encouraged to attend this year’s Salinas Valley Ag Tech Summit. On March 18, in collaboration with the Hartnell College Agriculture Business and Technology Institute, the Monterey Bay Chapter of California Association of Pest Control Advisers (CAPCA) will conduct a day-long series of professional workshops concerning pest management.  

As previously reported in Spotlight, the 7th Annual Salinas Valley Agtech Summit is a collaborative effort between the Western Growers Center for Innovation and Technology, Agricultural Business and Technology Institute at Hartnell College and the Monterey Bay CAPCA to discuss the latest trends in Ag Technology. Through panel presentations and speaker engagements, attendees will explore topics such as crop protection, the future of farming, blockchain solutions, automation, big data, remote sensing harvest technology, innovation, food safety risk and more. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to gain insight into solving industry issues, register now!

EVENT DETAILS

7th Annual Salinas Valley Ag Tech Summit

Date: March 17- 18, 2020

Location: Hartnell College Main Campus, 

      411 Central Avenue Salinas, CA 93901

Agenda:

  • Tuesday, March 17: Kickoff your Summit experience with the President's Opening Reception hosted by Dr. Patricia Hsieh, Superintendent/President of Hartnell College
  • Wednesday, March 18: The 7th Annual Salinas Valley Agricultural Technology Summit, discovering the latest trends in AgTech

Several ticket options are available for purchase.

Exhibitor locations - both single and double booths, indoor and outdoor - remain available, as do a variety of sponsorship packages. Interested Exhibitors and Sponsors can reach out to Marci Bracco.

 CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE 7TH ANNUAL SALINAS VALLEY AG TECH SUMMIT

WG Staff Contact

Chardae Heim
Communications Coordinator
949-469-0428

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