Sep 28, 2021
Innovations in Ag Irrigation Technology Demonstration and Showcase scheduled

The Innovations in Ag Irrigation Technology Demonstration and Showcase will be held Friday, Oct. 29 in person in and virtually.

The Center for Irrigation Technology’s annual Ag Tech Day at Fresno State University showcases the latest innovations in ag irrigation technology. The event is free.

The Oct. 29, 2021 event program includes:

• Online and In-Person Participation
• Presentations
• Field Demonstrations
• Trade Show

Online participants will have virtual access to presentations and the trade show. Participation will be facilitated through Zoom. The event will take place rain or shine. There is no limit on the number of virtual attendees.

In-person participants will have access to presentation, field demonstrations and the trade show. Attendance in-person is limited. You must be registered to attend; no walk-ins will be allowed. Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Attendees msut comply with all safety precautions.

Register for IN-PERSON participation here.

Register for ONLINE participation here.

View the event program here.

This is a free, educational event held online via Zoom and in person. We can’t wait to see you there!

If you are interested in exhibiting at the Trade Show or in becoming a sponsor for Ag Tech Day, please go to the CIT website for more information.

Anyone attending Ag Tech Day in person will be required to follow safety procedures mandated by California State University, Fresno.

These procedures are linked here.

If circumstances do not allow us to hold the Fall 2021 Ag Tech Day in person,
the virtual broadcast will still take place.

Any additional questions about this event can be forwarded to [email protected]




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