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International conference on Agroecology and Crop Science , will be organized around the theme “"Crop Protection : Education of the Future Generation"”

Agroecology 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Agroecology 2019

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Crop protection is the science and routine of regulating plant disease, weeds and diverse vermin (both vertebrate and invertebrate) that mischief agrarian yields and officer benefit. Agrarian yields join field crops (maize, wheat, rice, etc. . .), vegetable harvests (potatoes, cabbages, etc.) and normal items. The yields in a field are displayed to various components. The yield plants may be hurt by dreadful little animals, fowls, rodents, minuscule creatures, et cetera. Yield security is the examination and routine of directing annoyances, plant sicknesses, weeds and other perilous living creatures that mischief agrarian items and officer benefit and in this way, impact fiscal quality and agri-showcase. Plant protection is the practice of managing weather, weeds, pests and diseases that harm or inhibit the growth of fruit, vegetable and other horticultural crops. Plant Protection continues to play a major role in achieving targets of crops production.

Every year the damage done to crops by pests and diseases, according to data of the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), constitutes approximately 20-25 % of the potential World yield of food crops. Therefore, plant protection plays an extremely important role in increasing the production of agricultural crops and in protecting them.

  • Track 1-1Seed security
  • Track 1-2Essential material for crop growth.
  • Track 1-3Quality assurance.
  • Track 1-4Risk analysis.
  • Track 1-5Agri market.
  • Track 1-6Biological pest control.
  • Track 1-7Animal psychology.
  • Track 1-8Entomology.

 In an agricultural conference discuss regarding the improve of soil and increase the standard and amount of agricultural crop. Soil is that the supplies of all things like organic matter, mineral, storage water and medium for plant growth. Agricultural crop science is mentioned regarding alternative and improvement of products. It incorporates innovative work on creation systems, enhancing farming potency, soil fertility, maintenance, security, collecting and post harvesting and pest management. Soil fertility is that the capability of soil to give all basic plant supplements in a very accessible structures and in a reasonable adjust, it support luxuriant growth of plants with little human effort. It contains adequate minerals, soil natural issue, and great soil structure and soil damp maintenance.



  • Track 2-1Soil Fertility and Soil Biochemistry
  • Track 2-2Soil Erosion and soil management
  • Track 2-3Sustainable Soils and Soil Geology
  • Track 2-4Soil Morphology
  • Track 2-5Soil Remediation
  • Track 2-6Soil and Plant Analysis
  • Track 2-7Soil Health

Sustainable agriculture is usually related to natural or organic farming, and it is also related to those farming systems. However it's additionally grounded during a nice field of analysis and knowledge domain, as well as data of the interactions between crops and soils; the nutrient and water desires of crops; and handling of crop pests. One approach to this is the practice of precision agriculture. Sustainable agriculture encompasses variety of different technologies still as well as integrated pest management, agroforestry systems, cover crops and green manures, and crop residue management in no-tillage or reduced-tillage systems.

Benefits of sustainable agriculture include:

  1. Prevents Pollution: Sustainable agriculture means any waste a farm produces remains within the farms ecosystem. In this way the waste cannot cause pollution.
  2. Contributes to Environmental conservation: Sustainable agriculture helps to fill the land and other natural resources such as water and air. This filling ensures that these natural resources will be able and useful for future generations to sustain life.
  3. Reduction in Cost: The use of sustainable agriculture reduces the requirement for fossil fuels, leading to vital value savings in terms of purchasing as well as transporting them. This successively lessens the overall costs involved in farming.
  • Track 3-1Crop rotation.
  • Track 3-2Cover crops.
  • Track 3-3Soil enrichment.
  • Track 3-4Natural pest predators.
  • Track 3-5Bio intensive integrated pest management.

Trees and shrubs are grown around or among crops, or shrubs and trees in agricultural and biological science for a lot of profitable and healthy. Over convential agriculture and forest production agroforestry may be an advantageous technique. It offers a lot of various diverse habitats. For agroforestry soil is protect from soil erosion by ground cover. Agroforestry conserves species diversity and secure natural resources, decrease pollution, management soil disintegration, and improve wild life biodiversity. The benefits of agroforestry contain upgrade of the growth of agro-economy and reserve sustainability. Agroforestry influence agro biological system and expansion of crop species. The best research requires is to create cultivate level investigations to economic prices, benefits which may diminish dangers related with agroforestry and support the cost of items. Landscaping also called gardening include living elements like flora and fauna.

  • Track 4-1Biomass utilization.
  • Track 4-2Forest ecology & biodiversity.
  • Track 4-3Grassland and natural resource management
  • Track 4-4Landscape restoration and agroforestry.
  • Track 4-5Alley cropping.
  • Track 4-6Strip cropping.

The harvest creation assemble assesses rural practices and frameworks concerning crop yield, benefit, natural and biological results with the objective of distinguishing best practices for neighbourhood and worldwide cultivators to deliver more with less. Real yields under dynamic examination incorporate corn, soybean, wheat, oat, horse feed, and search species, and in addition apples, tomatoes, sweet corn, and decorative plant species. Current undertakings incorporate product development and improvement, trim administration methods, coordinated irritation administration, edit rivalry, cover crops, revolutions, culturing, plant nourishment, cultivar assessment, and agroecology.



Field and agronomic crops are developed on the greater part of the 200 million sections of land of reaped cropland in the United States. Agronomic products give the sustenance, feed grain, oil, and fiber for household utilization and are noteworthy parts of U.S. send out exchange. Agricultural plants — those developed particularly for human utilize — offer assortment to human eating regimens and upgrade the living condition.


  • Track 5-1Agroforestry.
  • Track 5-2Cropping systems.
  • Track 5-3Forest farming.
  • Track 5-4Pollination.
  • Track 5-5Crop improvement and selection.

Global warming and agriculture are interrelated procedures, each of that happen on a worldwide scale. Environmental modification influences horticulture in numerous courses, incorporating through changes in normal temperatures, rainfall, and changes in atmosphere changes in insects and disease; changes atmospheric co2 and ground-level ozone focuses. Environmental modification is currently influencing horticulture, with impacts unevenly dispersed over the globe. Future environmental modification can most likely adversely influence crop production in low latitude whereas impacts in northern scopes might be certain or negative. Environmental modification can possible expand the danger of nourishment frailty for vulnerable, for example, poor people. Creature farming is likewise in charge of ozone depleting substance generation of co2 and a level of the world's methane, and future land barrenness, and also the removal of local species. Agriculture adds to environmental modification both by anthropogenic outflows of ozone harming substances and by the transformation of non-horticultural land, for example, woods into farming area. Agribusiness, ranger service and land-utilize modification contributed around 20 to 25% to worldwide yearly discharges in 2010. A scope of ways will diminish the danger of negative environmental modification impacts on horticulture and ozone depleting substance emanations from the agribusiness. Global climate change may increase the probabilities of parasites and disease affect animal farming.

  • Track 6-1Crop development models.
  • Track 6-2Temperature potential effect on growing period.
  • Track 6-3Erosion and fertility.
  • Track 6-4Potential effects of global climate change on pests, diseases and weeds.
  • Track 6-5Ozone and UV.

Agricultural economics is an applied field of economics involved with the application of economic theory in optimizing the production and distribution of food and fiber. Agricultural economics began as a branch of economics that specifically dealt with land usage, it centered on increasing the crop yield whereas maintaining a good soil ecosystem. Throughout the 20th century the discipline enlarged and also the current scope of the discipline is much broader. Agricultural economics now a day includes a range of applied areas, having considerable overlap with conventional economics. Agricultural economics includes variety of specialty areas, as well as agribusiness, agricultural policy, farm and ranch management, rural development, international development, natural resource and environmental economics science, and agricultural marketing.

Agricultural social science applies principles of economics to issues of agricultural production, natural resources, and rural development. It mainly focuses on principles of microeconomics, which examines the actions of people, households and firms. Agricultural economics is typically noted as agronomics, defined as the use of economic methods to optimize actions by farmers and ranchers.

  • Track 7-1Agricultural environment and natural resources.
  • Track 7-2Food and consumer economics.
  • Track 7-3Production economics and farm management.
  • Track 7-4Development economics.

Organic farming is a technique of crop and livestock production which involves cultivation of plants and rearing of animals in natural ways. Organic farming is another agricultural system which began early in the 20th Century. An organic farm, properly speaking, is not one that uses certain approach and substances and avoids others; the independence and the benign dependence of an organism. Organic farming methods combine scientific knowledge of ecology. Organic farming methods are studied around agro ecology. The principal approach of organic farming includes crop rotation, green manures and compost and biological pest control.

The world market place for organic food has grown for over 15 years. Growth of retail sales in North America is predicted to be 10% to 20%per year during the next subsequent few years. The retail organic food market in Canada is estimated at over $1.5 billion in 2008 and $22.9 billion within the U.S.A. in 2008. It is estimated that imported products make up over 70 % of the organic food consumed in Canada (North American nation). Canada also exports several organic products, particularly soybeans and grains. 

  • Track 8-1Pure organic farming.
  • Track 8-2Integrated organic farming.
  • Track 8-3Green manure.
  • Track 8-4Biological pest control.
  • Track 8-5Integrated weed management.
  • Track 8-6Genetic modification.
  • Track 8-7Bacterial and fungal biofertilizers.

Plant breeding, or crop genetic improvement, is the production of latest, improved crop varieties to be used by farmers. The new variety crops may have higher yield, improved grain quality, increased disease resistance, or be less prone to lodging. Ideally, it’ll have a new combination of attributes which are significantly better than the varieties already available. The new variety will be a new combination of genes that the plant breeder has put together from those available in the gene pool of that species. It may contain only genes already existing in different forms of identical crop, or it may contain genes from other distant plant relatives, or genes from unrelated organisms inserted by biotechnological means.

  • Track 9-1Modern plant breeding techniques.
  • Track 9-2Transgenic plants and green revolution.
  • Track 9-3Hybridization.
  • Track 9-4Selection.
  • Track 9-5Mutation.
  • Track 9-6Tissue culture.
  • Track 9-7Ploidy.

Horticulture is a kind of agriculture which includes special method and techniques to improve plant products like vegetables, flowers, medicinal plants, nuts, seeds, herbs, sprouts, mushrooms, algae, seaweed, grass and decorative trees and plants. Through horticulture, we will do plant conservation, landscape restoration, soil management and garden design, construction and maintenance and arboriculture. Horticulturists are working in the plant development, plant quality, and nutrition, a protect plants from insects, pests, disease and environmental anxieties. 

  • Track 10-1Olericulture.
  • Track 10-2Landscape horticulture.
  • Track 10-3Arboriculture.
  • Track 10-4Nursery management.
  • Track 10-5Turf grass management.
  • Track 10-6Green management.
  • Track 10-7Floriculture.
  • Track 10-8Viticulture.
  • Track 10-9Pomology.
  • Track 10-10Horticultural therapy.