This year, the NAK Szántóföldi Days and Agricultural Machinery Show will focus on sustainability

By: STA Date: 2023. 05. 08. 09:00

This year, the NAK Szántóföldi Days and Agricultural Machinery Show will focus on sustainability, but the usual, popular programs will not be left out either – said the president of the National Chamber of Agricultural Economy (NAK) at the organizers’ press conference on Monday.


Balázs Győrffy announced that the event to be held in Mezőfalva in Fejér County at the beginning of June will continue to prioritize professional support, therefore together with the effects of climate change, the possibilities of sustainable management that uses environmental resources sensibly will be presented. The NAK Szántóföldi Days and AgrárGépshow receive almost 20,000 visitors every year, so the organizational cooperation is successful and can be even closer in the future, he added.

Machines, education, developments

The president of the National Association of Agricultural Equipment and Machinery Distributors (MEGFOSZ) announced that this year they will hold more machine demonstrations than last time. Zsolt Harsányi added that the majority of Hungarian distributors will be represented at the event, which is also open to those interested in choosing a career. They can get to know the agricultural career and the agricultural mechanization profession, while the programs help producers in efficient farming. The developments are in line with sustainability expectations, for example no-till cultivation is spreading due to the drought, but today drones are also indispensable tools in agriculture – he emphasized.

After the press conference, Balázs Győrffy and Zsolt Harsányi signed the cooperation agreement between NAK and MEGFOSZ on the organization of the country’s largest field exhibition. The NAK Szántóföldi Days and Agricultural Machinery Show can be visited free of charge on June 7 and 8, where, in addition to agricultural machinery, interested parties will also be treated to educational presentations, crop cultivation and agricultural support demonstrations.


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