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Field Robot Event 2014 begins Tuesday

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15 June 2014



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“In 2014 the FRE will be arranged by the University Hohenheim together with the DLG. We will join the well known DLG-Feldtage taking place from Tue 17th – Thu 19th June 2014 at the International Crop Production Center in Bernburg-Strenzfeld, Germany. Furthermore, we will get support by the Hochschule Anhalt, Bernburg and the FRE, Wageningen, NL.”

John Payne‘s insight:

The program booklet for FRE2014 is now available from:

https://fre2014.uni-hohenheim.de/102337

See on fre2014.uni-hohenheim.de




John Payne





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