DLG is the leading organization in agriculture, agribusiness and the food sector. As a professional voice of the branch, it increases expert knowledge, promotes technology and know-how transfer, sets and safeguards quality standards.
DLG - Network is worldwide, units around 30.000 members, including leading international experts, farmers and companies from agricultural supplying and processing industry.
Activity areas: knowledge transfer, machinery and farm input tests, food tests, organisation of professional platforms in around 20 countries, among other worldwide leading trade fairs Agritechnica, EuroTier, EnergyDecentral, DLG-Field Days in Germany.
AGRITECHNICA 2019 takes place at Hanover Exhibition Grounds, Germany, from 10th to 16th November (with special preview days on 10th and 11th November). Two years ago, this prestigious event presented technical solutions for plant production from 2800 companies from 52 countries on 394000 m2 exhibition area in 23 halls and attracted a record attendance of 458,000, including 110,000 international visitors from 128 countries.
EuroTier will be held in Hanover (Germany) from 17 to 20 November 2020. The last event attracted over 2,600 exhibitors and a record number of 163,000 visitors on a 250,000 m2 indoor hall space.
EuroTier will also include EnergyDecentral, the international trade fair for innovative energy supply with 350 specialized exhibitors.
Agritechnica 2019 will have a key focus on sustainability when the trade fair takes place in Hanover, Germany from 10th to 16th November. The event’s organiser, the DLG (German Agricultural Society), has announced there will be a special feature, “Smart Future Farming – Protecting Yield and Nature”, that will highlight methods and technology that can help farmers meet legal frameworks and aims on resource protection while maintaining appropriate yield and income.
The new initiative is aligned with Agritechnica’s guiding theme for 2019, "Global Farming – Local Responsibility", which has been chosen to point visitors towards a sustainable future for agriculture. This will require sufficient food to be produced for a growing world population while natural resources are conserved, something that can only be done by using the latest innovative and smart technologies adapted to meet the local conditions found in agricultural regions around the world.
Particular areas of focus are likely to include:
• protecting the soil by adapting tillage and sowing practices;
• improving crop protection using forecasting models and alternative application methods;
• innovative irrigation systems;
• low-loss fertiliser management and emission-reducing application technologies; and
• reducing soil compaction.