EIA virtual forum on April 23

The event is open to all irrigation professionals interested in technology sustainability and innovation in the irrigation sector.
European Irrigation Association Forum

The European Irrigation Association (EIA) will hold its online Irrigation Forum on April 23, 2-4 p.m. Central European Time.

At the time of accelerated global change in various aspects of business, politics and social life, the opportunities to exchange between water & irrigation experts is becoming more and more important. This is the purpose of the EIA’s Irrigation Forum.

The Irrigation Forum is an event held twice a year with the aim to cover a range of relevant topics concerning the Irrigation Sector in Europe. Normally an in-person gathering, the April 2021 event will be virtual. In addition to  the professional program, the forum also provides an opportunity to meet each other (virtually in 2021) and to strengthen networks with European colleagues.

The Irrigation Forum is an event open to all industry professionals and visitors who are interested in technology sustainability and innovation in the irrigation sector.


  1. EIA News – 2021 Working Groups activities
  2. Introduction of the 16 new members who recently joined the Association
  3. Key-note speaker 1 : “European Plasticulture and Irrigation”
  4. Key-npte speaker 2 : “Sustainable Development and Irrigation”
  5. General Assembly (Statutory)
  6. Innovation & Technology session – new technologies presented by two members
  7. Open session for Q&A

The conference will be held in English. Participation is free of charge.

Link to register:https://irrigationeurope.eu/node/407

For more information, please send an email communication@irrigationeurope.eu

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