Olga Walsh interview on remote sensing for precision crop nutrient management recorded at the precision Agriculture Seminar during the 2015 Crop Production Show. Olga Walsh was a featured speaker and was invited to give a talk on the utilization of cutting-edge precision agriculture tools and methodologies for site-specific nutrient management and improved nutrient use efficiency. The interview was conducted by the Western Producer's reporter Robin Booker.
To view the interview video, please click HERE.
SASKATOON — The Western Canadian Crop Production Show held Jan. 12 – 15, 2015 in Saskatoon attracted 18,806 people for the four-day event.
“The 2015 Crop Production show saw strong attendance, attributed in part to the great weather, but also the reputation the show has gained over the past 30 plus years,” agriculture manager Lori Cates said in a news release.
This show has become one of the country’s premier grain industry showcases by presenting information to producers on the latest in technology, services, and products.
This year, 351 companies filled 1,022 trade show booths.
The show is held in conjunction with Crop Week events, which involve meetings and presentations hosted by many top commodity groups. The information presented during the events, helps farmers to formulate plans for the upcoming growing season. (http://www.producer.com/daily/crop-show-posts-strong-attendance/)
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