A demonstration on laser levelling at a Mechanisation Field Day in Letpadan, Myanmar.
Photo: DLG


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In late August, the 2nd Agritechnica Asia and Horti Asia trade fair took place in Bangkok, Thailand, organised by the German Agricultural Society (DLG) and VNU Exhibitions Asia Pacific. The exhibition shows innovations in agricultural and horticultural machinery and provides a platform for discussions and knowledge sharing.

The 2nd trade fair Agritechnica Asia and Horti Asia took place in Bangkok, Thailand with round about 300 exhibitors from 29 countries and more than 10,000 visitors and conference delegates from 69 countries. The second edition of the trade fair was organised by DLG and VNU in co-operation with the Thai Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives.

While Horti Asia showcased smart horticultural technology for all types of growers, Agritechnica Asia presented a wide range of tractors, farm machinery and equipment as well as spare parts and accessories, all of which is expected to contribute to the mechanisation of new-generation farms in the region.

The Agrifuture Forum focused on drone technology and precision farming. Seminars and panel discussions such as “Farming goes digital”, “Precision farming in rice production” and “Success through joint machinery use” addressed issues relevant to agricultural industry in the Asian-Pacific region.

Smart farming in Thailand

The main cash crops cultivated in Thailand are rice, cassava, maize and sugarcane.

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