Abu Dhabi is set to organize the Global Forum for Innovation In Agriculture (GFIA Abu Dhabi 2018) which will run from 5 to 6 February, 2018 at Abu Dhabi National Exhibit Center(ADNEC). Held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mansour Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Presidential Affairs, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority, and in strategic partnership with the Abu Dhabi Food Control Authority and the Ministry of Environment Adjustment and Setting, the event will coincide with the UAE Innovation Month, and showcase the latest advancements and modern technologies in sustainable agriculture and food safety and security from throughout the Middle East and North Africa.
GFIA Abu Dhabi 2018 will be held together with the 2nd Poultry technology Fair (VIV. MEA 2018 Abu Dhabi), which caters to the demands of poultry farming and livestock and feed production as well as the First International Seminar of Arab Beekeepers Union, which intends to improve the productivity of beekeepers and honey production business throughout the region. With more than 1.5 million tonnes of honey being produced worldwide and 10s of countless tonnes produced yearly in the Arabian Gulf States, this respected seminar will certainly sustain the development of this vitally important sector.
GFIA Abu Dhabi is sponsored by the Ministry of Presidential Affairs and will certainly draw the engagement of a number of leading speakers and trendsetters from across the world. The 5th version of the event will focus on 6 key areas: interior farming and hydroponics, date palm production, tank farming, animals and pet production, sustainable crops and beekeeping.
It will additionally highlight different agricultural techniques, environmental conservation, plant promotion, insect control and dealing with the challenges of climate modification. In addition, 600 business from different nations and clinical facilities will present their ideas and vision for sustainable food production to more than 15,000 site visitors anticipated to attend the 3 collocated events.
The Forum will certainly also bring together leading figures and professionals from the general public and private sectors that affect the food protection policies and agricultural sustainability. It will feature panel sessions on food safety focusing on five major themes to establish the blueprint for enhancing local production and drawing in international investment in fish farming, milk and dairy production, chicken products, as well as date and date palm waste industries.
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