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5 things to look forward to at Agritech Expo Zambia

Visitors will be offered an opportunity to meet with some of the world's leading agricultural companies, and network with agricultural professionals as well as government and union officials at the Zambia Agritech Expo held from 27-29 April, in Chisamba.

The expo is a business-to-business platform for agricultural professionals, from small-scale farmers to commercial enterprises, to engage and conduct business with some of the world’s leading suppliers to the agricultural industry.

  1. Armyworm workshop

This special workshop will discuss ways to solve the armyworm pest crisis in Zambia.

2. Live product demonstrations

Here, emerging farmers can see the best practice when planting for the new season and also understand how the latest products are driving operational efficiency.

3. International pavilions

Six international pavilions will be created for Germany, France, the UK, The Netherlands, the Czech Republic and Zimbabwe. Here, visitors will be able to view and discuss products from outside their local market.

4. Mowing and baling demonstrations

For the first time, Agritech 2017 will be showcasing live mowing and baling demonstrations, with the focus on mechanisation.

5. Irrigation zone

Here, you’ll be able to see a variety of irrigation systems, including centre pivot displays for commercial and small-scale farmers from leading industry suppliers.

Entrance to Agritech Expo Zambia is free. Simply register your visitor pass online now at www.agritech-expo.com/register.

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