Title: Lunch in Grand Ballroom and Exhibits
Date: Tue Jul 28, 2015
Time: 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Moderator: N/A
Welcome to InfoAg

2015 marks the 20th Anniversary of InfoAg. From the 1995 conference at The Chancellor hotel in Champaign, Illinois where the attendees totaled about 800, InfoAg has grown, shrunk, moved across town, across state lines and called six venues home. This latest edition of the premier precision ag conference boasts its largest exhibit hall and sponsorship support. Attendence is predicted to set a new record as we settle into a second year in St. Louis. 


With all the changes in the conference the technology and the issues around precision agriculture also reflect the changes in the industry. As we take a look back over 20 years of innovation, we set a new baseline on what is possible with the technology and data analysis capabilities of today, and provide multiple visions of what may be possible in the next 20 years in one of the most dynamic industries on the planet.

Steve Phillips (speaker)
North America Program Director, Southeast United States
International Plant Nutrition Institute
Owens Cross Roads, AL 35763
Dr. Steve Phillips is Director of the Southeast United States region of the International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI). Dr. Phillips' duties include development and dissemination of educational materials focused on the efficient and effective use of plant nutrients. In addition to his regional responsibilities, Dr. Phillips also serves as chair of an international IPNI workgroup focused on spatial and temporal variability issues in agriculture. Dr. Phillips holds a B.S. degree from Cameron University in Lawton, OK, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Oklahoma State University.
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20th Anniversary of the First InfoAg

Comments about the first InfoAg and Tri-Society activities involving precision ag and data issues in the Minneapolis Annual Meeting in November. 

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PrecisionAg Awards Presentations

The CropLife Awards of Excellence profile some of the most active participants in our industry. Paul Schrimpf will announce the winners and pass out the hardware to the winner in each of four categories: Extension/Research, Crop Adviser/Entreprenuer, Farmer, and Legacy. 


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Thinking Like a Futurist

David Zach will take what we're all hearing about the future of ag and big data, etc and give you tools on how to make sense of it. He will emphasize how you can learn to uses the tools of a futurist in everyday practical ways. 


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