Thank you for attending...helping create a record-setting InfoAg conference. At over 1400 registrants, this was the largest InfoAg ever.
Thank you to our speakers and workshop leaders. Excellent program. Many, many positive comments. (We will be posting pdfs of slides this week.)
Thank you to our exhibitors. What an engaging trade show. The energy was terrific start to finish.
Thank you to our sponsors. Your support and participation make InfoAg possible.
Thank you to PrecisionAg Institute and IPNI for partnering for the premier networking event in precision agriculture.
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Irrigation is a much needed resource especially in dry crop production years. As with all technologies we are progressing with our technologies and management strategies for irrigation too. Precision irrigation is taking standard irrigation and using information to better estimate and calculate the correct timing and amount of water needed for a certain crop in a particular area, at a known time. Precision irrigation uses data and inputs such as soil type/texture, water holding capacity, crop, soil moisture, crop maturity, and a number of other related parameters to make the irrigation timing and amount estimates.
July 30, 2014 04:00pm - Precision Irrigation - Southern US (Grand Ballroom BC)
University of Georgia 60%, Alabama Cooperative Extension Service (Auburn University) 40%
Midwest Laboratories is a leader in the area of information technology. Midwest Laboratories works with companies across different industries with respect to sending and receiving laboratory information. From smart phones to networks, the Midwest Laboratories staff are always working with the latest technology vendors to insure that data can be communicated and sent in a number of different formats to insure proper data quality. Please stop by our booth and learn more about the capabilities that can assist you and your clients.
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InfoAg 2013 was a terrific success. Over 1100 participants shared in presentations on a wide range of topics on technology applications and data management and interpretation. As with previous InfoAg Conferences, the networking among participants was again a highlight of the experience. New relationships formed at InfoAg will lead to greater benefits and opportunities for those involved. Ideas exchanged in the hallways and the exhibit hall will form the basis for the new deliverables at the next conference. Those who took advantage of the Pre-Conference Tour on Monday picked up some additional first-hand knowledge and interactions.
We have had some excellent suggestions for speakers over the years. From hi-tech innovators giving us a glimpse of what is to come to producers putting all the gear and ideas to work in crop production, InfoAg is an event to stimulate the gray matter. Help shape the program for InfoAg 2014 by suggesting a speaker or topic
InfoAg Programs Available for Download
Conference At-A-Glance (700k pdf)
Conference Program Guide (1.7MB pdf)
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InfoAg App for Smart Phones
Be the first on your block to get the new InfoAg iPhone App. Go to the iTunes App Store and search for "InfoAg" or get it through this link
Droid users are in luck, too. Just released is the InfoAg App for the Droid. Get it here
The InfoAg Apps hold the program information including presentation descriptions and speaker bios as well as descriptions of exhibitors and sponsors. Use the search feature to find the topics and people of interest and create your own custom InfoAg schedule with the My InfoAg tools to mark can't miss presentations. Program updates are pushed to the app so you always have the latest InfoAg info.
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