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Arrigoni conducts online training courses for producers

The Arrigoni Group has launched a series of free and open-to-all webinars to attend remotely that aims to continue supporting and assisting Italian and international agricultural producers, even in this moment of restricted mobility

arrigoni online training 21 AprilThis series of webinars provides agronomic updating on specific technical topics, as well as on the latest innovations of the Group. (Image source: Arrigoni)

This series of webinars provides agronomic updating on specific technical topics, as well as on the latest innovations of the Group and on the results obtained by recent field tests. Participants can ask questions directly to the agronomists of the Group and discuss future challenges and the most suitable solutions together.

The sessions will be held live by agronomists and technicians who are members of the Arrigoni Research Team in English and Spanish and subsequently transmitted in video to the newsletter subscribers and through the company's social networks.

The topics covered in each webinar dedicated to the international public will be different and varied:

The sessions will focus on light and temperature management (23 April), insect control and climate improvement in high tech greenhouse and net house (7 May) and rain control and Protecta system (21 May).

 


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