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June 26 2014, 13:45 Fruit-Inform

A skilled agronomist as a guarantee of successful harvest in apple orchard

The experience of organizing already the 4th Annual International Conference “Apple Business of Ukraine-2014” has proven that to find a skilled high-professional agronomist is one of the main problems faced by investors during developing and launching the apple projects.

Following the market participants' needs, Fruit-Inform has widened the conference program with a master-class on the subject «An agronomists' main mistakes in an intensive orchard: from soil to harvesting» that will be delivered by Mr. Vladimir Osadchiy, Master of Agriculture, Agronomist and Fruit Growing Adviser at Sedna-Agro Company.

The master-class will be of a practical format and focus on detailed information on wrong and incorrect approaches to the agronomist activities in apple orchards, probable solutions of made mistakes as well as modern agronomist tools in an intensive orchard.

We would remind you that the conference will be held on August 14 in the most convenient place in Vinnytsia – Feride Plaza – and on August 15 all registered participants will be able to visit one of the most up-to-date apple farms in Ukraine – Agro-Etalon Ltd.

Fito-Mag is the General Sponsor of the event. Bayer CropScience is the Sponsor of the Conference Business-Tour.

Pay your attention: preferential conference registration conditions will be in effect for only two days: until June 27, inclusive.

More detailed information about the conference, draft program, participation conditions, advertising options and sponsorship opportunities are available on the official web-site.

The conference delegates can book accommodation in the hotel of Feride Plaza, which hosts the event. Accommodation costs are not included in the conference fee. More information is available here.

Would you have any questions regarding the conference, please contact International Relations Department of Fruit-Inform:

tel: +380 562 320795 (ext. - 341)

cell: +380 96 5836323 (Ievgen Kuzin)

e-mail: [email protected]