On November 23, the fifth International Agronomy Congress (IAC) will kick off here. Over 1,300 scientists, academicians, and policymakers are expected to attend the five-day event.
The conference, titled ‘Agri-Innovations to Combat Food and Nutrition Challenges,’ is being organized in collaboration with the Indian Society of Agronomy (New Delhi) and Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University (PJTSAU).
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‘The conference will cover topics such as climate-resilient agriculture and ecosystem services, integrated farming systems for a sustainable peasant economy, agronomic innovations for unlocking genetic potential, and new horizons in biotic and abiotic stress management,’ said V Praveen Rao, Vice-Chancellor of PJTSAU.
‘This congress would provide a forum for stakeholders to discuss innovations and solutions to a wide range of challenges in agri-food systems,’ he explained.
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