SPAA Precision Ag EXPO – EVENT POSTPONED

Event Phone: 0437422000

  • SPAA Precision Ag EXPO
    March 26, 2020
    10:00 am - 4:30 pm

Sponsorship

Are you interested in sponsoring this event? Please download the prospectus to review information and investment details.

It is with regret that we advise that this event is now POSTPONED due to the COVID-19 situation.

Your safety is important to us. Whilst dissappointing, rest assure, when possible we will bring an even better event to you!

The EXPO includes:

    • Presentations and demonstrations from a wide range of growers and advisors using and studying PA technology, showing how PA can be used to improve the management of grains, horticulture, nut and other agricultural industries local to the region.
    • Presentations highlighting how using PA reduces environmental impacts and maximises efficiency by precisely targeting crop inputs.
    • Premium Sponsor Seminars and Trade Exhibits showcasing the latest DEVELOPMENTS in Precision Ag technologies.
    • The Precision Ag EXPO provides a unique opportunity for all precision agriculture equipment manufacturers, sellers and service providers to showcase their products and services across a wide range of agricultural industries

Keynote Presentations

The program includes presentations from a wide range of speakers including farmers, agronomists, and researchers including:

Tanja Morgan (Mallee Sustainable Farming) – ‘The Mallee Mesonet – weather network’
Rural Directions – GRDC Fundedproject  ‘Assessing the economic value of precision agricultural tools for grain farming businesses in the southern region’
Sebastian Ie(Precision Agriculture) ‘NDVI and Variable Rate Management’
Joe Koch (Upper North SA farmer) – ‘Bouncing off the bottom – using technology to minimise risk in the dry’
Matt Elliott (Nandaly Vic Mallee farmer) – ‘ Efficiencies with VRT and other PA tools in the Mallee’
Kerry Walsh (CQU) – ‘Remote assessment of maturity and yield of tree crops’

AND MORE

Trade Exhibition

Trade exhibitions at the event will be on display throughout the day from 9.30am til 4.00pm with many opportunities for delegates to view many exhibit and see the latest technologies in precision agriculture.

LEARN- SHARE – CONNECT and BE INSPIRED

Event supporters

SPAA acknowledges the support from its Gold, Silver and Bronze tier partners who will be present at the event to network with. Opportunties for your business to exhibit are still open. Please download the link above.

Funding has also been made possibly from the generosity of the South Australian Grains Industry Trust (SAGIT).

Supporting Next Gen

SPAA is keen to support the development of next gen, and is offering all students FREE admission to the EXPO. Simply present your studnet card upon arrival.

The Venue

The 2020 EXPO will be held at Loxton Research Centre located on Bookpurnong Rd, in the Riverland – Mallee, South Australia. Loxton is a town on the south bank of the River Murray in the Riverland region of South Australia. At the 2016 census, Loxton had a population of 4,500. It is a service town for the surrounding districts. The area near Loxton is a significant citrus fruit and summer fruit along with winegrapes and a growing nut growing area. Loxton is also the main town for the northern part of the Murray Mallee which is a dryland farming and grain cropping area. Loxton is approximately 2 hours drive from Adelaide.

Contact details

Nicole Dimos

nicole@spaa.com.au / 0437422000

Ticketing enquiries

Kylie Gove

info@spaa.com.au / 0408030445

Venue:  

Venue Phone: (08) 8595 9100

Address:
Bookpurnong Road, Loxton, South Australia, 5333, Australia

Description:

The Loxton Research Centre is located on Bookpurnong Rd, in the Riverland – Mallee, South Australia. Loxton is a town on the south bank of the River Murray in the Riverland region of South Australia. At the 2016 census, Loxton had a population of 4,500. It is a service town for the surrounding districts. The area near Loxton is a significant citrus fruit and summer fruit along with winegrapes and a growing nut growing area. Loxton is also the main town for the northern part of the Murray Mallee which is a dryland farming and grain cropping area. Loxton is approximately 2 hours drive from Adelaide.

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