Ag Biotech Summit Focuses on Soil Health
February 20-21, 2018 | Friday Center | Chapel Hill, NC
This year's Ag Biotech Summit will focus on the importance of soil health, highlighting challenges being faced and the responsibility needed to provide a sustainable future. The event will showcase today's emerging trends and innovative technologies that are fostering and promoting soil health.
Session topics will include: soil health and its impacts on plant production, animal and human health, sustainability and land management as well as sustainable economic impacts from physical and biological combinations.
Join us to report on the latest innovations and interview experts who share the common goal of creating a sustainable soil future.
Sally Rockey, Ph.D. Executive Director, Foundation for Food and Agricultural Research
Jerry Hatfield, Ph.D. Director, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture - National Laboratory for Agriculture and the Environment
Naomi Fukagawa, MD, Ph.D. Director, Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center
FOR PRESS PASSES:
Vice President, Agricultural Initiative North Carolina Biotechnology Center 919.549.8819 email@example.com
Soil Health Institute, Noble Research Institute, North Carolina State University, Alexandria, Science Serving Agriculture, North Carolina Agriculture and Technical State University, Smith Anderson, and Flad Architects.