Study Tour: Technology Advances in Agricultural Production, Water, and Nutrient Management

Early-bird registration is open until June 20, 2018!

Are you registered for IFDC's U.S. Study Tour of "Technology Advances in Agricultural Production, Water, and Nutrient Management"?

Not sure it's for you? Read what our past participants have to say.

When: August 20-31, 2018 Where: Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Missouri, Tennessee, and Washington, D.C.

Cost: $2,500 (by June 20)

"This is one of the best trainings I have ever attended."

-CEO, Nigeria

“Thanks to this program, I have enough ideas, knowledge, information and contacts to start my agribusiness project.

Thank you IFDC."

-Executive Secretary of Agricultural Research Network, Kenya

“It is a very excellent eye-opening program for policy makers and managers in private and public sectors on considering the future of agriculture. I am concerned more than ever before of the need to develop a new mindset, skills, and attitudes if agriculture in developing countries is to be transformed.”

-Assistant Agriculture Commissioner, Uganda


The study tour provides participants with a unique opportunity to develop their professional skills and network with U.S. organizations and other participants.

Over the course of 10 days, participants will travel across five U.S. states and Washington, D.C., visiting several organizations, including:

  • Farmer cooperatives

  • U.S. Department of Agriculture

  • Pioneer

  • Syngenta

  • The Fertilizer Institute

  • Research and education centers of major agricultural colleges and universities

  • Large- and small-scale farmers

  • 2018 Farm Progress Show

Who Should Attend

This workshop is ideal for:

  • Innovative farmers and extension agents

  • Soil scientists and researchers

  • Government and ministry policymakers

  • Fertilizer and agro-input company executives and managers

Program Content

The program covers topics including:

  • Overview of U.S. production

  • Advantages of precision agriculture

  • Biotechnology for crop improvement

  • Advances in crop protection products

  • U.S. Government policies and regulations

Make sure to register and pay before

June 20, 2018 to get our early-bird pricing!

We'll see you there!


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