Almost 100 delegates attended a highly-successful pre-2035 Oceania Summit workshop in the Adelaide Hills on Tuesday, where discussions about how agrifood tech innovations and on-farm applications could help address threats posed by climate change.
The event was held in the lead up to the 2035 Oceania Summit being held in Auckland, NZ, in October and aimed to bring together key South Australia agrifood tech stakeholders to "identify opportunities for real collaboration".
Guest speakers and presentations ranged from updates on the asparagosis, regenerative, plant protein, carbon, poultry and hydrogen industries, while panels were held on topics such as opportunities available within SA and investment potential.
Stock Journal's ALISHA FOGDEN attended the event.
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