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AIA North West - Technology for the Northern Growing Region: Where are we now?

Wed 18 Jul 2018 @6pm – 8pm

The NSW Division invites you to attend the following event which is a free event for all AIA members:

Event Name:        AIA North West -Technology for the Northern Growing Region: Where are we now?

Date:                     Wednesday 18 July

Time:                     6pm – 8pm

Venue:                  Narrabri Golf Club, Gibbons St, Narrabri, 2390

Cost:                     AIA members and students Free,  Non-members $20

More info:          admin@aginstitute.com.au

Event information/Content overview:

We often hear about the latest and greatest in agtech, but what are the real-world implications for consultants, farmers and industry professionals?

The first in a planned series of North West AIA networking and information events brings together leaders in the agtech business and research space to discuss the current applications and availability of the latest technology and how it may improve your business and decision making.

Speaker/Instructor Biography

About the Presenters

Dr Michael Walsh is an Associate Professor and Director of Weed Research with the University of Sydney. He grew up on a farm in Victoria before completing a BSc (Agri.) at the University of Western Australia 1985, MSc. (Agron.) at La Trobe University, Melbourne (1995) and a PhD (Agron.), University of Wyoming (1998). Michael has worked with the Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative where he focused on the research and development of harvest weed seed control (HWSC) systems including the development of the integrated Harrington Seed Destructor.

More details on speakers to come.

Please register:  Please register online using the ‘Register Now’ link below. Please note you will be taken to our event registration page ‘currinda’ which is managed by the association specialists. If you are experiencing any technical difficulties registering for the event please email admin@aginstitute.com.au

Please click here for the flyer for the event.

This event has been registered for 5 CPAg Continuing Professional Development (CPD) points.  

 

 

 


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