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Frontiers of Potassium Conference

January 25-27, 2017 The conference explored the state of science of potassium in soils and plants.

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Great Plains Soil Fertility Conference

The Great Plains Soil Fertility Conference is a biennial event where plant nutrition and soil fertility professionals from across the Great Plains and Canadian Prairies come together to present and discuss current research and developments in these disciplines.

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InfoAg International 2019 - Brazil

August 26 - 28, 2019 - After years of success in the USA, the organizer of InfoAG is partnering with New Ag International and coming to South America to create the premier event for discussion and advancement for precision agriculture looking at field centric monitoring with imagery and sensors, seamless connectivity with IoT, data analytics and prediction modeling, variable rate technology, prescription platforms and digitalization. Sponsoring or Exhibiting will provide you access to 200+ attendees. Partner with a new B2B audience from the plant nutrition and biological crop care industries to develop solutions meeting their goals and objectives. Join us in São Paulo to meet with the leaders of the Precision and digital Agriculture world.

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InfoAg International 2019 - Dublin

March 25 - 27, 2019 - After years of success in the US, IPNI is partnering with New Ag International and coming to Europe to create the premier event for discussion and advancement for precision agriculture. Join us in Dublin to meet with the Leaders of the Precision and Digital Agriculture World.

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North Central Extension-Industry Soil Fertility Conference

Oral and poster presentations highlight on-going soil fertility research at Universities in the North Central region.

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The InfoAg Conference

July 17 to 19, 2018 - The premier event in Precision Agriculture!

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Western Nutrient Management Conference

Presentations highlight ongoing soil fertility research at universities in the Western region.

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