Introducing Indoor Ag-Conversations!
Free Webinars To Grow Your Business
Learn Latest Innovations, Ideas, Breaking Trends
From Industry's Top CEOs, Thought Leaders and Experts.
A new webinar series designed to share content originally planned for our May 2020 in-person annual conference that has been postponed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as new sessions designed to help you find new ways to grow your business. Visit this page regularly for updated session listings.
Janeen Wright, Editor, Greenhouse Grower
Corinne Wilder, Vice President, Global Commercial Operations, Fluence Bioengineering
Amy Samples, Director of Community Outreach and People Programs , AppHarvest
Erika Summers, Sales Engineer, LMS
Charlotte Prud’Homme, Founder, Generation Permaculture Design
During this insightful AND inspiring 60-minute session, our panelists will discuss:
- How can we as women in agriculture be the change we want to see in our industry
- What challenges face women in the different sectors of the agriculture industry
- How can we empower other women and what can we do to inspire the next generation of women in agriculture
- And more!
Details coming soon! Our Panelists include:
Dr. Joel L Cuello, Professor of Biosystems Engineering at The University of Arizona and Vice Chair of the Association for Vertical Farming
Paul Brentlinger, President, Crop King Inc.
Dr. Nadia Sabeh, President & Founder, Dr. Greenhouse
Isaac Van Geest, Sales, Zwart Systems
What is the number one thing to look for in commercial horticulture and agriculture equipment? Simplicity.
So wrote our program moderator Chris Higgins in a piece he did earlier this year for UrbanAgNews that is both the title of this session and the topic we’ll be diving into during this hour.
Regardless of the product or the product category the best-selling and most successfully used products are easy to learn, easy to use and easy to fix. But, this is not to say that they are actually simple. They are usually far from that. But, they are engineered with simplicity in mind.
Why is that so important in commercial horticulture? Chris and our panelists will seek to answer this question during the session. They’ll explore why its so important for key equipment components to be simple and discuss what characteristics to look for in: