We are getting know that ZOOM is not a place. We should not ask the organizers where is it, and “drive to ZOOM”. But it is quite good to write the organizers: “What time is on your clock now? I am from Uzbekistan, so should know what the difference of time we have”, as our participants have written to us.
Yesterday UMDIS Mushroom Information Agency held the big Web-Conference for mushroom producers from Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
The topic was: “Casing soil. Choosing of good supplier and usage on mushroom farm”.
The event gathered 160 participants live in ZOOM. Mushroom producers from 13 countries attended. Nearly 60% of our audience are mushroom producers from Ukraine, nearly 25% – from Russia (including the biggest), and 15% from Belarus, Moldova, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, Romania, Poland, Netherlands, Great Britain, and Sweden.
The language of the Web-Conference was Russian, the presentations in English and Polish we translated.
The speakers of the conference.
Maksym Yenchenko from UMDIS and Amycel (Ukraine);
Rein van Grieken from BVB (Holland);
Roman Stolper from “Gribnaja Companija” (Ukraine, Russia);
Dmitry Medvedev from Agaris Mico (Ukraine);
Tomasz Stanislavsky, expert (Poland);
Mikhail Ivoilov from Pieter-Pit (Russia);
Stanislav Sozontov from Torado (Ukraine);
Nikodem Saxon, expert (Poland);
Andrey Koptiliy from “Gribnaja Raduga” (Russia).
The event is a part of Series of “Mushroom Web Events”, started by UMDIS in March 2020 in the situation of global pandemic. Till now seven web events were organized. The organizer of the event is UMDIS Mushroom Information Agency in the Eastern Europe.
More info about UMDIS: https://www.umdis.org/umdis-mushroom-informational-agency/ .