AGRITECHNICA ASIA live – Field Demonstrations of Agricultural Machinery

The first AGRITECHNICA ASIA live aim to foster sustainable mechanization by demonstrating the use of up-to-date technologies in the local cropping systems
  • Live machinery demonstrations of different field operations for more than 1,000 progressive farmers and machinery operators from Myanmar
  • Seminars with machinery operators, dealers, agricultural expert organizations and government representatives
  • Several networking sessions on both days

Date: 29 – 30 November 2019

Field Site: Takkone Township, about 50 km from Naypyitaw


Exhibitor Profile

Soil Preparation
Drilling & Sowing
Smart Plant Protection
Precision Fertilizer Applications
Grain Processing & Storage

Visitor Profile

Farm managers and farm owners

Machinery operators/ owners

 Mechanization service providers

 Distributors and dealers

Heads of cooperatives and farmer organizations

Researchers and technicians

Government representatives

Field Site

Ideal because of its proximity to many decision makers, the field site is located in Takkone Township. It is only 50 km from Naypyitaw, the capital city of Myanmar.

Government representatives, agricultural decision makers as well as approximately 5,000 farmers are located in this area. As one of the irrigation scheme sites of the Agricultural Development Support Project funded by the World Bank, the field demonstrations will have a large multiplier effect.

“Driven by labor shortage and intensification of rice production the needs to mechanize the rice based cropping systems and to upgrade rice value chains in Myanmar is huge. The AGRITECHNICA ASIA live is going to provide the opportunity for producers, processors, machinery contract service providers and value chain actors to learn about state of the art machinery and postharvest equipment that will make agricultural production more efficient, reduce cost, provide value adding opportunities and lead to a more sustainable production systems while at the same time providing incentives for young people to stay engaged in agriculture as a career choice. I am looking forward to work with our international and national partners to organizing and conducting this exciting event.”

Martin GummertSenior Scientist, Leader Mechanization and Postharvest Cluster, International Rice Research Institute (IRRI)

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