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Tue Dec 15, 2020
9:00 AM
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11:00 AM
Technology Across the Spectrum of Agriculture
Data management, technology, and precision agriculture are implemented across the whole spectrum of agricultural production. The panel of speakers in this session will cover technology, data management, and implementation from supply chain management to in-field implementation.
Room: Grand DEF
11:00 AM
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1:00 PM
Lunch and Exhibits
Room: Midway East
1:00 PM
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2:40 PM
Sponsor 1
Room: Regency AB
Saving Money with Conservation and Technology
Intersecting data, conservation, and profitability is key to the success of farmers and can be necessary for market access. There are new mechanisms for quantifying the economic, environmental, and social impacts of practice change.
Room: Regency C
Precision Ag Industry Needs
Understanding the needs of the crop adviser, ag retailer, and farm is key to a successful precision ag program. This session will cover recent survey results from crop advisers and end with a panel discussion with farmers and ag retails on their challenges and needs.
Room: Grand D
Blockchain and Traceability
Blockchain and traceability are hot topics in agricultural production, but how are they being implemented and what can they really do? In this session speakers will cover what blockchain is and how it is being effectively used to track everything from cotton to emissions.
Room: Grand E
2:40 PM
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3:20 PM
Break in InfoAg Exhibit Hall
Room: Midway
3:20 PM
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5:00 PM
Sponsor 2
Room: Regency AB
Micronutrient Management in a Precise World
Micronutrients are key to crop production success, but how are they best incorporated into a precision nutrient management system. This session will provide updates in machinery, products, tissue testing, and soil testing to improve micronutrient management.
Room: Regency C
Internet of Things
More and more, all the devices we use are connected. Speakers in this session will cover how and what is connected and the advantages and disadvantages to these systems.
Room: Grand D
Breaking Down the World of Data/Data Inoperability
Data is a key part to precision ag, but obstacles on ownership and how to use data can slow implementation. This session will cover what data farmers are collecting, what can be done with that data, who owns it, and how to move data around.
Room: Grand E
5:00 PM
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6:30 PM
Reception in InfoAg Exhibit Hall
Room: Midway
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Wed Dec 16, 2020
7:00 AM
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8:00 AM
Continental Breakfast in InfoAg Exhibit Hall
Room: Midway
8:00 AM
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8:20 AM
Wednesday Preview Session
Room: Midway
8:20 AM
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10:00 AM
Sponsor 3
Room: Regency AB
Precision Ag can Improve Soil Health
Improving soil health is an important outcome of a crop management system and can be achieved with precision ag practices. In this session, speakers will cover what soil health tests mean and how to make soil health and precision ag work together.
Room: Regency C
Rural Broadband and Connectivity
Data use and technology are only as good as the network they access. Speakers in this session will cover the options for growing signal access.
Room: Grand D
Can we use Big Data to update nutrient recommendations?
Crop nutrient needs have changed as genetics and equipment have advanced, but often nutrient recommendations have not been updated to match these changes. In this session, speakers will discuss alternative approaches to the traditional plot trials for updating nutrient recommendations.
Room: Grand E
10:00 AM
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10:40 AM
Break in InfoAg Exhibit Hall
Room: Midway
10:40 AM
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12:00 PM
InfoAg Plenary Session
Room: Grand DEF
12:00 PM
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1:00 PM
Luncheon
Room: Midway East
1:00 PM
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2:40 PM
Sponsor 4
Room: Regency AB
What is the Right Place for Fertilizer?
Fertilizer placement is one of the principles of 4R Nutrient Stewardship, and how and why we place tillage and fertilizer impacts crop performance and nutrient use. Speakers in this session will cover research on tillage management and show how nutrient placement impacts crop development.
Room: Regency C
Precision Weed Management
The effectiveness and efficiency of pesticide use can be improved with the use of different precision ag practices. Speakers in this session will provide updates on new technologies for weed identification and control.
Room: Grand D
Accounting for Geography when Interpreting Results
Weather and soil type are the two biggest factors impacting crop performance. Speakers in this session will cover research that is being conducted across multiple geographies and how data collection, management, and interpretation of results differ in these projects.
Room: Grand D
2:40 PM
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3:20 PM
Break in InfoAg Exhibit Hall
Room: Midway
3:20 PM
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5:00 PM
Sponsor 5
Room: Regency AB
Using Data to Evaluate Biostimulants
Biostimulants continue to emerge on the market and ag retailers and farmers are challenged to determine the good from the bad. Speakers in this session will cover the landscape of products, key data points to look for in reports, and why commercial and university interpretations often differ.
Room: Regency C
Robotics and Autonomy
Robotics products are on the market for many aspects of the agriculture and consumer market. This session will cover the ways robotics are used in ag and how the implementation of robotics in other industries can be used as a model for agriculture.
Room: Grand D
How well do you know your weather?
Understanding and knowing who to trust for weather data is key to success in agriculture. Speakers in this session will cover available data sources and options for advanced forecasting.
Room: Grand E
5:00 PM
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7:00 PM
InfoAg Reception and Aquarium Open House
Room: Midway
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