JUNCTION CITY, Kan. (WIBW) – The 23rd annual Kansas Agricultural Technologies Conference, hosted by the Kansas Ag Research and Technology Association (KARTA), kicked off Thursday morning in Junction City.
This two day conference has hundreds of attendees from across Kansas as well as some neighboring states which include both producers and industry leaders.
Attendees will hear a variety of speakers discussing a range of topics dealing with precision agriculture.
There are also vendor displays, research presentations from grant recipients and interactive discussions.
“This conference has a long history of bringing together some really sharp minds and it’s not just about technology, but just that overall ideas and opportunity to get together with other thinking people.” Kansas Agricultural Technologies Conference, coordinator, Lucas Haag says.
The conference wraps up on Friday with additional research presentations and vendor showcases.