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Agri-Tech Week features a mix of in-person and virtual events that are designed to showcase exciting developments in agri-tech.

It is coordinated by Agri-TechE working closely with partners across the innovation ecosystem and aims to provide opportunities to attract new customers and partners and to broker collaborations and international connections.

The programme for Agri-Tech Week 2022 includes:

Monday 7 November:

PM: Norwich Research Park:
Field Applications and Opportunities Using Genetic Technologies
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Tuesday 8 November:

All day: Agri-TechE:
REAP Conference 2022: Making Sense of Agriculture
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Wednesday 9th November:

AM: Rothamsted Research:
Data in Agriculture
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PM: RNAA:
From Grass to Glass: Robots Make Milking Easier
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Thursday 10th November:

AM: Cranfield University and CHAP:
Scaling of Agricultural Innovation

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PM: ADAS:
Innovation in Post-harvest Management of Fresh Produce
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Friday 11th November:

AM: NIAB:
Farming Resilience – How Can Greater Crop Diversity Contribute On-farm in the Face of Climate Change?

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PM: University of Essex:
Sensors and Robotics for Soil Health and Soft Fruits

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