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The agricultural sector of Greece, the Balkans and Southeastern Europe will meet at the 28th AGROTICA from 30 January to 2 February 2020

The interest of farmers from Greece, the Balkans, and Southeastern Europe will turn to the largest trade fair of the sector, Agrotica, which will be organised for the 28th time from 30 January to 2 February 2020 at the Thessaloniki International Exhibition Centre.

At the most important Agrotica to be held to date, participants include all the major industries and businesses of the sector, representing innovation, new technologies, and all the latest developments in machinery, supplies, and equipment.

Agroitica also attracts businesses that are attending the trade fair for the first time (with nutrients and plant protection products), as well as exhibitors with minor participation from 2014 onwards, while it coincides with the first approvals of the Improvement Plans of the Ministry of Rural Development and Food, which will lead to the modernisation of domestic farming.

The trade fair will attract large numbers of trade visitors from the Balkans, Southeastern Europe, and the Eastern Mediterranean, while it is accompanied by a timely and rich programme of side events and congresses, with the most interesting subjects in agricultural production.

This year’s Agrotica also boasts a thematic exhibition on farming-professional vehicles, offering test drives of the latest models from the automotive industry.

Side events that stand out include the 8th Agrotica Pan-Hellenic Conference (on 1 and 2 February at the ‘N. Germanos’ Conference Centre), focusing this year on ‘Climate Change and Agriculture’, the ‘New Farming-New Cooperatives’ event (co-organised by TIF-Helexpo, the Ministry of the Ministry of Rural Development and Food, and the New Agriculture for the New Generation programme), and the presentation of the Four Eyes for Farm robotic system (co-organised by TIF-Helexpo and the Institute of Bio-Economy and Agro-Technology of CERTH).