Track 1: Sustainable Agriculture
The goal of sustainable agriculture is to meet the needs of the community Agri, food, aqua at the moment without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. Sustainable agricultural workers want to integrate three key objectives into their work like healthy environment, economic benefits, and social and economic equality. Everyone involved in the food system farmers, food processors, distributors, retailers, consumers, and waste managers can play a role in ensuring a sustainable agricultural system. Soil health plays an important role in growing healthy, productive crops and livestock.
Track 2: Horticulture
Horticulture is an agricultural study related to the arts, science, technology and business of fruits, vegetables, flowers and ornamental plants. It includes the production, processing, marketing and scientific analysis of medicinal plants, fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, herbs, shoots, mushrooms, algae, flowers, seaweed and non-food plants such as grasses, ornamental trees and plants. Agricultural farmers use their knowledge, skills, and expertise to grow food crops and non-food use such as garden construction or landscaping, ornaments etc. The main categories of horticulture are Arboriculture, Turf management, Floriculture, Landscape horticulture, Olericulture, Viticulture, Oenology, Postharvest physiology.
Track 3: Diary Development
Dairy technology research involves the process, storage, packaging, distribution and distribution of dairy farm products according to medical science, nutrition and biochemistry. Milk and food still raise concerns about contamination with mycotoxins; most of them have an existing or confirmed cancer status. This area unit has more certainty as shooting cheese due to its common contamination and high concentration of mycotoxins from various sources, as well as milk used as building materials and ammunition found to be contaminated or intended for ripening.
Track 4: Agricultural Biotechnology
Many new species of plants that have been developed or bred by farmers have been programmed into genetic engineering, including the use of genetic engineering in modern molecular biology called DNA replication. These methods are incorporated into what is commonly called "biotechnology" or "modern biotechnology”. The national environmental safety plan is important to promote the growth of household chemicals; to ensure the safe availability of new products and technologies developed elsewhere; and to build public confidence that products on the market are safe, and to design any appropriate risk management measures.
Track 5: Integrated Farming
Integrated farming is also known as hybrid farming which is a simultaneous farming system that involves both crops and animals. Integrated agriculture includes organic, economic, social, and generational farming programs. In an integrated and sustainable agricultural system, the goal is not to produce immediate results, but rather to maintain a healthy production system, over time. Major components of a sustainable system include the economy, the environment and society. This mixed farming system re-uses all the waste so that there is little waste: human waste is really someone else's food.
Track 6: Agronomy and Crop Science
Agronomy is the science of plant production and use in various soils, crops and water management. Agronomy-related work in the areas of plant genetics, plant physiology, Agrometeorology, and soil science. Agronomy is the use of integrated science such as biology, chemistry, economics, ecology, earth science, and genetics. It is now an important research field for scientists to study research on plant behaviour in a variety of environmental conditions including climate, soil type and irrigation, fertilization etc.
Track 7: Food Science
The study of physical, chemical and nutritional and food ingredients includes a stream called food science. The formula used for this makes various branches such as their selection, preservation, processing, packaging, distribution, and safe food consumption. At the right time of evolution the responsibility of experts working in the field of food science and technology plays a major role in the development of healthy people and ensures sustainable and full access to food ingredients.
Track 8: Plant Breeding
Crop planting is the science of modifying plant traits to produce desired traits. It has been used to improve the quality of healthy food in human and animal products. The purpose of crop breeding is to produce varieties that are proud of the unique and high-quality variety of agricultural applications. The most commonly mentioned factors are those related to biotic and abiotic pressure tolerance, grain or biomass yield, quality characteristics of the final use such as taste or concentration of certain molecules like proteins, sugars, lipids, vitamins, fibers.
Track 9: Food Engineering
Food engineering can be a field of a variety of fields that include biology, including physical science, chemistry and food engineering and related industries. It includes, but is not limited to, the use of agricultural engineering, technology and chemical engineering principles in food products. Food engineers provide technological transfer that is essential to the production and development of food products and services. Food engineers are used in the food process, food machinery, packaging, ingredients production, metals, and management.
Track 10: Food and Nutrition
Effective management of nutritious foods and diet is the key to good physical condition. Good nutrition and food choices will help prevent illness. Proper diet will allow for your body size to be effective as well as consistent with progressive health. Water is also an important part of nutrition, which helps to maintain body fluids and perform basic functions. Fats, proteins, and carbohydrates are useful nutrients. Storing essential vitamins and minerals is essential for maintaining a healthy body.
Track 11: Environmental diversity
Environmental Biodiversity (ED) has been suggested as a potential alternative for use in biodiversity planning. The concept is based on the premise that the diversity of species between areas is consistent with the diversity of environmental conditions. This may be important in conservation planning because environmental data is readily available while data distribution of species is often incomplete, but ED trials were inconsistent.
Track 12: Crop Protection
Pests and plant diseases can erode the hard work of farmers and cause significant losses in yield and income, posing a serious threat to food security. Globalization, trade and climate change, as well as declining productivity due to decades of agricultural intensity and environmental degradation, have all contributed to significant increases and the spread of cross-border pests and diseases. Pests and diseases can spread easily in a number of lands and reach epidemics. Outbreaks appear to be exacerbated by crop failures in the wild and in pastures, threatening the livelihoods of farmers and the food and nutrition security of millions over time.
Track 13: Organic Agriculture
There are many definitions for organic farming but it all comes together to say that a system that relies on environmental management is more than foreign agricultural input. It is a program that begins to look at the potential environmental and social impacts by eliminating the use of artificial insemination, such as synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, animal drugs, seeds and altered species, preservatives, additives and radiation. This replaces site-based management practices that maintain and enhance long-term soil fertility and protect against pests and diseases.
Track 14: Agroecology
Agroecology is a discipline of science, a collection of practices and a social organization. As an agricultural practice, agroecology mimics natural processes to bring about independent farming that enhances crop diversity, significantly reduces inputs pesticides, fertilizers, antibiotics and rejuvenates nutrients plant and animal wastes such as compost. These practices have obvious benefits for farmers like reducing import costs, greater independence from companies, diversified revenue streams, risk management of crop failure and a variety of nutritional development products.
Track 15: Genetic Engineering
Genetic engineering is a term that describes the emerging field of repetitive DNA technology and other phenomena. DNA technology that starts with the simplest things combining the smallest pieces of DNA and growing them into bacteria has evolved into a vast field where complete genome can be formed and removed from the cell, using a variety of techniques.
Track 16: Livestock Management
Livestock Science is an agricultural practice producing products such as food, fiber, leather, fur and labour by raising livestock such as chickens, cattle, cattle, fish and other mammals. In recent years, livestock farming has become much more efficient as animals have been provided with proper nutrition and shelter. Livestock farming plays a major role in agribusiness and economy in large developing countries. This webinar provides an opportunity for researchers and scientists to look at the latest and most recent research developments in the field of Livestock Farming & Genetic Engineering.
Track 17: Agricultural Engineering
Agricultural engineering is being developed to make sustainable and fully friendly agricultural progress. Agricultural engineering faces three major challenges: food security and food security, protection of biodiversity and natural resources and declining employment. Agricultural Engineering focuses on engineering skills and technologies that take a solid path to current problems. Food security and crop production will be greatly strengthened if Agricultural Engineering can be properly constructed.
Track 18: Agricultural Climatology
Agricultural Climatology is a branch of science that is concerned with the impact of climate on the cultural conditions of agricultural crops, animal husbandry, and the occurrence of harmful impacts both biological and climatic, especially in agricultural practices. Climate and its long-term variability, remain among the most important uncontrollable variations in agricultural production systems. The climatic group is involved in a variety of agrometeorological and agroclimatological studies, decision-making over the length of the growing season, growth relationships and crop yields in a variety of climatic conditions. This discipline mainly affects the habitat of plants, the soil and the air layer at the top of the plants, where conditions are largely controlled by the microclimate.
Track 19: Bio Fertilizer
Bio-fertilizer technology has shown promise for the management of composite nutrients through Nitrogen fixation. Bio-fertilizers can also be used to improve the availability of phosphate in plants. The effectiveness of inoculants can vary with inoculant type, plant species, composition, soil nutrient level, soil pH, type, presence of appropriate soil microbes, and weather conditions. Bio-fertilizers are organic matter that enriches the quality of soil nutrients. It refers to the use of bacteria instead of chemicals to improve soil nutrition, which is also less harmful and does not cause pollution.
Track 20: Irrigation Management
The purpose of irrigation management is to use water in the most efficient way at sustainable production levels. In productive agriculture this usually means filling the rain with irrigation. Irrigation management with a controlled water problem allows for better use of rainwater and restores the depth of the root system, increasing the amount of soil surveyed by plant roots. The water depth used for each irrigation is less than the amount of water required for the plant, but its amount should be sufficient to minimize the growth and production of the plant.