Driscoll’s Ian Justus, Trimble's Matt Denninger, and Pacific Ag Rentals Bart Walker to Discuss Precision Ag at Organic Grower Summit: Mediated by ANUK's Robert Lambert
MONTEREY, CA - From robots and autonomous technologies, to virtual and augmented realities, the industry has always had a keen interest in cutting-edge methods to help it grow and improve. Now, you will be able to gain insights from a panel of experts presenting at the debut Organic Grower Summit on Dec. 14.
Moderated by our own CEO, Robert Lambert, and entitled Leveraging Precision Agriculture, this educational breakout session will delve into the multitude of precision tech options and the potential they hold for organic growers.
All in fields seeking to help the industry catch up to the explosive growth organics have seen in the last five years, the panel will include three experts you won’t want to miss.
Driscoll’s Global R&D Production System Development Manager, Ian Justus
Having started out with Driscoll’s in 2009 as a research associate, Ian has grown within the company with a firsthand perspective on its technology and proprietary growth in organics and beyond. Now leading the research on the development of new production systems for berries in the global research department, his insights on precision ag and what it can do for our industry is invaluable to attendees.
Trimble Ag Business Solutions’ Director of Customer Engagement, Matt Denninger
With more than 125 million acres using Trimble ag solutions worldwide, and more than 250,000 displays in the field, the company has come far since its start in 1978. Evolving from geo positioning, to automatic steering, to agricultural software, Trimble has a full bag of offerings and expertise. Matt joined the team in 2014 to help accelerate the use of Trimble solutions at all types of ag businesses, enabling them to accomplish more with fewer resources and at farms, highlighting areas to increase profits so they can farm longer.
Pacific Ag Rentals’ President & Managing Member, Bart Walker
It is no secret that this method of growing is a long term investment and can be more costly than its conventional counterpart. With organic operations fluctuating in scale and offerings, Bart will share why some expenses can be mitigated with the right equipment provider. Partnered with both big and small companies, find out how this could help organic operations meet high demand more efficiently.
The inaugural Organic Grower Summit may be sold out on exhibitor space, but the attendee list still has a few spots left. To attend this key panel housing insights on precision agricultural and technologies, as well as a number of other opportunities like Meet the Grower retail events, educational sessions, and of course the show itself, click here.