Growtech Vietnam expo to feature advanced agricultural technologies

Tuesday, Mar 31, 2020 16:32

A booth at the Growtech Vietnam 2019. — Photo courtesy of the organiser

The International Exhibition on Machinery and Technologies of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishery to be held at the Hanoi International Exhibition Centre from October 28 to 30 will showcase advanced technologies in those fields.

Growtech Vietnam, as the annual expo is called, has for many years been a prestigious and quality platform for exhibitors from many countries and territories, including those with highly developed technologies, to display advanced agricultural equipment and technologies.

Hundreds of local enterprises, departments, agencies, and business groups from more than 20 provinces and cities will also show off their innovative products that are appropriate for the country’s weather and soil.

Products to be displayed at the 2020 Growtech Vietnam will include machinery, equipment and technologies for farming, animal breeding and agricultural storage and processing, especially technologies and devices that alert against forest fires, floods and saltwater intrusion.

This year, a separate area will be earmarked to display equipment for gardening, flowering and ornamental planting. Many varieties of ornamental flowers and plants will also be displayed to meet the growing demand.

Within the framework of the exhibition, there will be trade connection activities between participants and visitors, which will offer a good opportunity for international exhibitors to directly meet with local high-tech agricultural co-operatives, farmers, traders, distributors, manufacturing enterprises and groups who come to look for new machinery, equipment, technologies and products.

Local agriculturists will get the opportunity to experience advanced technologies and meet top agricultural experts from around the world and Viet Nam.

Viet Nam is considered to be one of the countries most affected by climate change, and the use of technology in agricultural production would help adapt. — VNS

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