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Is your agriculture influenced by plant diseases? Learn in this free to attend Live Webinar more about plant protection and the main benefits of smart agriculture metrology.

DATE: June 27, 2017 | TIME: 15:00 (GMT)

This webinar is free for all to attend. Once registered, you'll receive an email notification confirming your attendance for the live webinar. For those who can't attend the live webinar, the recording will be available to all those who register below:

Click here to register

About the webinar:

Smart agriculture metrology can play a major role in the control of plant diseases. Hence, better management of environmental and plant parameters is a key contributor to plants’ protection and most efficient use of chemicals.
At this engaging 30 minutes webinar the farming economist Peter Raatjes will talk about the general issues with plant diseases, show several strategies of plant protection and offer practical in-the-field tips with a focus on smart agriculture metrology.

Presenter: Peter Raatjes
Agronomic Specialist – Sales & BDM, ADCON Telemetry
Since 1992 during his studies in Groningen in arable farming and farming economics, Peter deals with efficient farming and the use of metrology. With 25 years of experience in topics like plant protection, precision farming, irrigation management and many more, he is a real expert! Join the webinar and get the chance to ask him questions.