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Monday 8 June at 9:00
Autonomous GreenHouse Challenge 2020Global Food Challenges and the Role of Technology
International teams conducted an experiment to remotely grow a cherry tomato crop during a 6-months-period, in a greenhouse of Wageningen University & Research (WUR) in the Netherlands. The winner of te challenge was announced during the webinar. Team Automatoes won this year's challenge! Congratulations!
Tuesday 9 June at 16:00
Indoor and vertical farmingFood Safety, Waste, and Security in the wake of COVID-19
Will Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) make a meaningful impact on food safety, food waste, and food security during and post COVID-19? This webinar will begin with 3 real-world examples of vertical farming tackling COVID-19. Afterwards, a panel discussion of experts across the global food system will dive deeper into the flaws in our food supply chain revealed by the COVID-19 global pandemic.
Wednesday 10 June at 16:00
Insights into growing & optimising medicinal cannabis crops
Despite COVID-19 and slower regulatory developments, the medicinal cannabis market is still growing globally. Experts will give you an update about their regional markets, from the USA and Canada to Europe and Australia.
The second part of the webinar will be a discussion around all cultivation aspects and the latest developments in crop optimisation.
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