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CropTec show goes digital


The CropTec Show 2020 is the latest show to switch to a digital format due to Covid-19 restrictions.

After consulting with the industry and reviewing the best way to deliver the knowledge exchange event in a challenging year, show organiser Agribriefing has decided the event will be a fully-interactive virtual event on 24th, 25th and 26th November 2020.

Commenting on the development, Agribriefing group events director, Elisabeth Mork-Eidem, said:

“The CropTec Show is a leading technical knowledge exchange event in the arable sector, where growers, agronomists, business consultants and suppliers gain insights into building sustainable and profitable businesses through innovation. Given the current circumstances, we have consulted with our industry contacts and carefully reviewed how to best deliver this important event this year.

“As a result of this, we have chosen to deliver The CropTec Show entirely digitally in 2020. Over three days we will provide a huge range of content, bringing arable experts to you through our purpose-built digital platform without the need to travel or gather in a physical seminar environment. The show will continue to providing the latest technology and farm-ready advice to make your arable business more efficient, productive and profitable.

“We look forward to working together with event sponsors, exhibitors and farmers to deliver a truly meaningful event.”

The digital show will include a series of live-broadcasted and on-demand seminars giving practical advice on policy, crop nutrition and crop protection. The latest sprayers on the market will also be showcased in the sprayer showroom and CPD points from Basis and NRoSO will be available to members who attend.

Other digital features include live seminar sessions, networking, on-demand hubs, a virtual exhibition hall, networking, live Q&A sessions, product launches and a sprayer showroom.

Content will remain accessible after the event to those who have registered.

Registration for the free event is now open: www.croptecshow.com


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