Three days Agri expo “Agri Asia 2018 to kick starts from Tomorrow in Gandhinagar

The eighth edition of one of the leading agriculture exhibition ” Agri Asia 2018 will be starting from tomorrow.  This three days workshop will witness the various stakeholders associated with agriculture.  The three-day exhibition will be held in Gandhinagar Gujarat. Agri Asia has served as a platform for bringing together many foreign as well as national visitors from 20 + countries to interact with the leading international agriculture technology companies. 
The Agriculture expo, held once in a year, is one of the leading international Agriculture Events of its kind to showcase international agriculture technologies. This Agriculture Exhibition in India traditionally attracts many Ministers of Agriculture,decision-makers, experts, practitioners and trainers in agriculture, as well as thousands of visitors from all around the globe.
Various seminars and workshops by agriculture experts will be conducted. This year special emphasis is given to the organic farming and natural farming to boost the sustainable farming for the future. On the first-day organic farming policy and various profitable method of organic farming will be discussed. 
While on the second day the focus will be on horticulture and animal husbandry will be discussed at length on the third day of the seminar during the agri Asia this year. Various discussion latest technology in agriculture and dairy farming will also take place. 
Agriculture Agents & Distributors, Bankers, Educationist & Students, Farm Contractors, Farmers, Govt Authorities, Importers & Exporters, Trade industry & Trade Media, Investors & Entrepreneurs, Consultants, Scientists, Technologists, Transport & Logistic Experts, Dairy, Poultry & Livestock Farmers, Veterinary Practitioners will be visiting the exhibition. 
The agro-industry in India is divided into several sub-segments such as canned, dairy, processed, frozen food to fisheries, meat, poultry, and food grains. The Department of Agriculture and Cooperation under the Ministry of Agriculture is responsible for the development of the agriculture sector in India. It manages several other bodies, such as the National Dairy Development Board (NDDB), to develop other allied agricultural sectors.

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