Crops Meet 2022

Crops Meet 2022

ME Conferences is gratified to welcome you to the “18th Crop Science and Agriculture” Summit which is going to be scheduled on July 25-26, 2022 London, UK . It’ll be encompassed with the theme “Emerging New Trends in Sustainable Agricultural Practices and Crop Science”. The main objective of Crops-Agri-2021 is to provide a global platform for the researcher to present their innovation.

Crops-Agri-2021 will help people directly or indirectly related to the Agriculture industry and academics. Through this webinar, people can share their ideas and can improve their knowledge of advanced strategies to increase industrial productivity.

Interested speakers can submit abstracts along with their biography and photo. The abstract must contain 250-300 words and you can submit your abstract directly to our website. Speakers can choose a subject from our scientific sessions otherwise you can even present your own analysis in respective field.

Why to attend?

Prominent physicians and professors will deliver keynote addresses. All speakers, delegates, and students would receive certificates. Medical Institutions and Hospitals Deans/Chairs, Vice Deans and Vice Presidents Professors and students working in the fields of research, medicine, clinical trials and Delegates from the business world, Directors/Managers, and Business Intelligence Experts, as well as Departmental Managers. At this conference, you will get the opportunity to meet world-famous people. This is the ideal platform for international business and networking.

Target Audience:

  • Agriculture Science Faculty, Students, Scientists
  • Plant Science Faculty, Students, Scientists
  • Animal Science Faculty, Students, Scientists
  • Agricultural Universities
  • Forestry and Landscaping Scientists
  • Agriculture and Plant Associations and Societies
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • Training Institutes
  • Seed Science and Technology
  • Soil science and soil-plant nutrition
  • Agriculture & Food Security
  • Manufacturing Agricultural Devices Companies
  • R&D Laboratories

Track 1: Crop Science

Crop science is the highly integrative science including plant breeding, transgenic crop improvement, plant physiology and improved varieties of agronomic turf utilizing developed cropping system and local crops to produce food, feed, fuel, and fiber for developing population. Last century crop science achieved successes, which are now the portions of standard of living. The role of crop science for biofuel production will increase in the upcoming years. Compounds like Starch, carbohydrate, sucrose can be converted into biofuel and ethanol for optimization of biomass yield and minimizing the inputs of fertilizer, irrigation, and pesticides in the crop fields. Hence, it needs to grow all bioenergy crops. Results in the bioenergy crops yield will minimize the competition between biofuel crops and human food crops.

  • Transgenic crop
  • Crop physiology and metabolism
  • Crop breeding and genetics
  • Crop Ecology, production, and management

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: Agrobiology and Bio-resources

Agrobiology has a great importance with the plant nutrition & their growths in relation to soil condition, especially to determine the innovative ways to increase crop production. Biological resources include agriculture, forestry, and biologically-derived waste & many more. The application of microorganisms, such as the diverse bacterial species for plant growth, represents an ecologically and economically sustainable strategy. The use of these bio-resources for the enhancement of crop productivity is gaining importance globally.

Track 4: Diary Development

Dairy technology analysis involves the method, storage, packaging, distribution and distribution of dairy product in keeping with life science, nutrition and organic chemistry. Milk associate degreed food still raise issues regarding contamination with mycotoxins, most of them have an existing or confirmed cancer standing. This unit has additional certainty as shooting cheese thanks to its common contamination and high concentration of mycotoxins from numerous sources, moreover as milk used as building materials and ammunition found to be contaminated or supposed for ripening.

Track 5: Biodiversity and Ecosystem

Biodiversity promotes system productivity moreover as longevity wherever every species, in spite of however little or huge, all have a vital role to play, that maintains the system. Diversity provides well-functioning ecosystems that offer pure gas, clean air and water, fertilization of plants, cuss management, waste matter treatment and plenty of system services, that is incredibly essential to keep up a healthy system with healthy commonplace of living. It represents a wealth of systematic ecological information that facilitates U.S.A. to know the plants and its origins. Any loss or deterioration within the condition of diversity will compromise all the values like cultural, economic moreover as ecological support, for the living beings.

  • Conservation and Management
  • Ecological information processing and Modelling
  • Climate and Carbon Exchange
  • Historical and Retrospective Studies
  • Invasive Plants, Pests and Pathogens
  • Physiological Ecology, Population Dynamics, and Species Interactions

Track 6: Integrated Farming

Integrated farming is additionally called hybrid farming that may be a synchronous farming system that involves each crops and animals. Integrated agriculture includes organic, economic, social, and people farming programs. In associate integrated and property agricultural system, the goal isn't to supply immediate results, however rather to take care of a healthy production system, over time. Major elements of a property system embody the economy, the surroundings and society. This agriculture system re-uses all the waste so there's very little waste: excretory product is basically somebody else's food.

Changing climate could be a massive obstacle for the farmers to keep up their crops yield in their agriculture. heating affects the agriculture in a very varied ways in which together with changes in temperatures, precipitation & climate extremes, changes in tormenter & diseases, changes in atmospherically greenhouse gas and ground level gas concentrations, changes within the nutritionary quality of some foods and changes within the water level. Future climate changes can have an effect on erratically to the crops at low latitude countries, whereas it should have an effect on slightly to the high altitude country crops additionally. Farming contributes to modification global climate change temperature change} each by anthropogenesis emissions of greenhouse gasses and by the change of non-agricultural land like forests into rural land.

  • Air Pollution
  • Carbon advantages of Wood-Based product and Energy
  • Climate modification, Forests, and Water
  • Cumulative Effects and temperature change
  • Landscape Analysis
  • Silviculture

Track 8: 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, Agro meteorology, 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 9: Plant Breeding

Crop planting is that the science of modifying plant traits to provide desired traits. It’s been accustomed improve the standard of healthy food in human and animal product. The aim of crop breeding is to provide varieties that are pleased with the distinctive and high-quality style of agricultural applications. The foremost unremarkably mentioned factors are those associated with organic phenomenon and abiotic pressure tolerance, grain or biomass yield, quality characteristics of the ultimate use like style or concentration of bound molecules like proteins, sugars, lipids, vitamins, fibers.

Track 10: Bio Fertilizer

Bio-fertilizer technology has shown promise for the management of composite nutrients through organic process. Bio-fertilizers may be wont to improve the supply of phosphate in plants. The effectiveness of matters will vary with inoculant sort, plant species, composition, soil nutrient level, soil pH, type, presence of acceptable soil microbes, and climatic conditions. Bio-fertilizers are organic matter that enriches the standard of soil nutrients. It refers to the utilization of microorganism rather than chemicals to boost soil nutrition that is additionally less harmful and doesn't cause pollution.

Track 11: Livestock Management

Livestock Science is AN agricultural observes manufacturing merchandise like food, fiber, leather, fur and labour by raising eutherian like chickens, cattle, cattle, fish and different mammals. In recent years, eutherian farming has become rather more economical as animals are supplied with correct nutrition and shelter. Eutherian farming plays a significant role in agriculture and economy in massive developing countries. This webinar provides a chance for analysisers and scientists to appear at most up-to-date} and most recent research developments within the field of eutherian Farming & recombinant DNA technology.

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: Environmental diversity

Environmental diversity (ED) has been prompt as a possible various to be used in diversity coming up with. The conception relies on the premise that the range of species between areas is per the range of environmental conditions. This could be necessary in conservation coming up with as a result of environmental information is quickly accessible whereas information distribution of species is commonly incomplete, however disfunction trials were inconsistent.

Track 14: 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 15: 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.

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