Visit from Precision Agriculture Summer School Students

Last week, we had the opportunity to host a group of students from the region as part of a summer school program on “Precision Agriculture as a  Function of Environmental Protection,” organized by the Faculty of Agriculture in Novi Sad. Our doors were open to final year students, as well as master’s and PhD students, who eagerly explored the practices we employ in the field of precision agriculture and sustainable farming during their visit to LoginEKO. Our team members introduced the students to our core values, as well as to the practices we employ to develop sustainable organic production models.

The students were inspired by our vision to produce healthy food for everyone and were particularly impressed with our achievements in precision agriculture and the development of farm management software, which were showcased by our colleagues.

This visit was a great opportunity to foster stronger cooperation between LoginEKO and the Faculty of Agriculture in Novi Sad, and to join our forces in future projects that focus on educating and promoting sustainable agricultural production.


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