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Exploring agricultural innovation at ASTA seed convention

The ASTA Field Crop Seed Convention is gearing up for an enlightening panel discussion as part of the Seed World Innovate Series. This first panel, "Changing the Game with Capital ‘I’ Innovation," scheduled for Dec. 7, promises to be an eye-opening session for those in the agricultural sector. 

The seed industry is at the forefront of addressing global challenges such as feeding an ever-growing population, combating climate change, and managing land sustainably. This panel discussion will explore how innovation is key to overcoming these challenges. The focus will be on not just ideation but also the effective execution of innovative strategies. 

Moderated by Aimee Nielson, editor of Seed World U.S., the panel boasts a lineup of esteemed industry leaders. These include Colin Steen of Legacy AgriPartners, known for his deep understanding of farmer needs; Myron Stine of Stine Seed Company, who has a rich background in crop science and marketing; and Ponsi Trivisvavet of Inari, who brings expertise in global agriculture management and innovative seed technology. 

The discussion is poised to provide insights into the current state of innovation within the seed industry, the necessary tools and strategies for effective innovation, and a look at what the future holds for agricultural practices. This panel is a must-attend for anyone interested in the intersection of agriculture and innovation, providing a unique perspective on the evolving landscape of the seed industry. 

Source : wisconsinagconnection

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