Event Category: Industry event
Event Date: 14 January 2021
The INNO-VEG project aims to increase the speed and uptake of innovation in the field vegetable and potato sectors by developing innovative methods for conducting research. The four-year project started in August 2018. In 2019 and 2020, field experiments were set up in the United Kingdom, France, Belgium and the Netherlands to develop an overarching protocol for integrating crop detection data into field research methods.
Following the first webinar of last December, we would like to take you along in webinar 2. The INNO-VEG partners are happy to inform you about the results and the progress of the experiments and developments.
We take you through the latest developments in these webinars. We will also explicitly look at other sectors such as greenhouse horticulture or fruit growing. What can we learn from that?
Program Webinar 2 (20th January; 19.00 – 20.30 CET)
• Introduction and welcome by host Cor van Oers, Delphy
• Review of webinar and brief explanation of the INNO-VEG project by project leader Lizzie Sagoo, ADAS, UK
• Applications in apple and pear orchards, management and root pruning, treatments using sensor data, René Bal, Delphy Fruit
• Nitrogen management with sensors in potatoes by Jean Pierre Cohan, Arvalis, France.
• Towards a growth model in arable farming and outdoor vegetables?, Elianne van Esbroeck, Delphy Digital
• What is the future of precision agriculture, where are we? Corné Kempenaar, Wageningen UR
• Quiz !!
• Conclusions and summary by Cor van Oers
Possibility to ask questions and give comments
During the webinar it is possible to communicate via chat. The questions will be answered during the webinar.Would you like to register? Click here