The Salinas Valley Ag Tech Summit is March 26 and 27 at Hartnell College, which is the organizer of the event along with the Monterey Bay Chapter of the California Association of Pest Control Advisers. This year’s theme is ‘Tomorrow’s Technology You Can Use Today’ and the group said this year will focus on how innovation can be used now to increase productivity and profitability. That innovation includes technology in all aspects of agriculture and the supply chain from fresh produce growing to processing, sales, marketing, and distribution.
The six-year-old event offers lots of education on a multitude of issues facing California agriculture including precision growing, using data to make decisions and of course labor issues. 2019 Salinas Valley Ag Tech Summit Chair Nick Pasculli said in a press release, “Each one of our sessions will offer distinct insights, and taken together, the entire experience will make our attendees excited about all they can achieve with new tools and new thinking.”
Again the summit is March 26 and 27 at Hartnell College in Salinas. Find out more information at SVAgTechSummit.com.
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