Agritech Israel 2018

(Bookings are closed) Moving from Agri to Agritech: the South African agro sector is invited to come and learn some of the secrets of making Israel’s desert bloom.

(Bookings are closed) Join Farmer’s Weekly and the Israeli Trade Office to experience how Israel transitioned from agri to agritech, and learn about the latest trends and innovations in agri technology.

Date: 6 March 2018
Venue: Premier Hotel, O.R. Tambo

Bookings & travel information

Yolanda Barkhuizen
021 872 1581 / Corporate1@bolandtravel.net.

Enquiries

Marianna du Plessis
063 076 9135 /africa@caxton.co.za.

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