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).
‘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.