Novi Sad, Serbia

Regenerative agriculture is not a specific practice itself. Rather, proponents of regenerative agriculture use a variety of sustainable agriculture techniques in combination. Practices include recycling as much farm waste as possible and adding composted material from sources outside the farm.

Regenerative food production makes harvests more reliable and resilient in the long term, by enhancing the health of soils, ecosystems and species on which we rely. This can make individual farms more resilient to the effects of climate change, such as flooding, drought, and changes in temperature and precipitation.

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In addition to its role in the economy and food security, agriculture is also a decisive sector in both Hungary and Serbia in terms of maintaining rural communities and the use of natural resources.
Ensuring the sustainability of agriculture and in connection with it the food production, has become particularly valued: in addition to the increasing weather extremes, the destruction of farmland, rising input material prices, the proven vulnerability of supply chains during the Covid epidemic, and negative crop market processes all present huge challenges to producers.

The CED Central European Economic Network Nonprofit Ltd.'s Szabadka office, the Embassy of Hungary in Belgrade, the Hungarian-Serbian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Hungarian-Serbian Business Council, the Vojvodina Agricultural Secretariat and the Vojvodina Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with this year, will once again organize the Agricultural Fair in Novi Sad "Sustainable Agricultural Production 2024" Hungarian-Serbian professional day. The focus of the event is the presentation of regenerative farming and agrotechnical operations used to change soil cultivation.

Novi Sad Fair, Congress Center,1st floor, room no. 5
May 22, 2024, 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m

During the program, those interested can learn about modern management, production organization and sustainability solutions.
The goal of the conference is once again to dynamize Hungarian and Serbian developments, know-how and technological transfer cooperation in the sector, therefore, after the professional presentations, we will once again provide an opportunity for B2B discussions (3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m).

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Hajduk Veljkova 11

Novi Sad, Serbia

  • Serbia 29
  • Hungary 20
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina 1
  • North Macedonia 1
  • Poland 1
  • Czech Republic 1
Total of participants: 53

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