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UGA’s Institute for Integrative Precision Agriculture to host international conference

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ATHENS, Ga. — Crop and livestock farms throughout Georgia are in a perpetual exchange of ideas and innovations to solve challenges that have tangible impacts on the state’s — and the country’s — food supply.

But these concerns aren’t relegated to the southeast corner of the United States. Indeed, global shifts in agriculture — from new technologies to changing regulations — are felt throughout the industry, from Georgia’s peanut farms to cornfields in Nebraska, Greek olive groves and beyond.

This May, the University of Georgia’s Institute for Integrative Precision Agriculture will host an exchange of these ideas at the Integrative. . .

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