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14th European Conference on Agro Technology & Horticulture, will be organized around the theme “In pursuit of sowing and reaping a great harvest”
AGRI-HORTICULTURE 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in AGRI-HORTICULTURE 2019
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In recent years, technology in agriculture, referred to as AgTech has quickly modified the trade. In 2015, the industry’s investment in technology reached a humongous $4.6 billion—and that was 3 years ago! but, our population is continuously growing, that has an effect on resource accessibility going forward. In recent studies, it’s found that the industry’s output should increase by hour by 2030. People within the industry—farmers, food producers—must embrace the digital transformation trends in agriculture. By using technology as a scalable resource, we'll be ready to take agriculture to new heights, keeping farm to fork in our future.
- Track 1-1IoT and Sensors
- Track 1-2IoT and Sensors in Equipment
- Track 1-3Drones and Crop Monitoring
- Track 1-4Farming and AI
- Track 1-5RFID Sensors and tracking
- Track 1-6Advanced agricultural machinery
- Track 1-7Machine Learning and Analytics
Number of innovative farmers and scientists are taking a unique path, moving toward a farming system that's sustainable—environmentally, economically, and socially. this method has space for farms of all sizes, manufacturing a wide range of foods, fibers, and fuels habituated to native conditions and regional markets. It uses progressive, science-based practices that maximize productivity and profit while also minimizing the harm caused to environment.
• Sustainable agriculture
• Building and maintaining healthy soil
• Managing water with wisdom
• Minimizing air, water, and climate pollution
• Promoting Biodiversity
- Track 6-1Promoting Biodiversity
- Track 6-2Sustainable agriculture
- Track 6-3Building and maintaining healthy soil
- Track 6-4Managing water with wisdom
Correct sampling of a seed is vital before any tests are done on the seed. The purity, physical and genetic, should be determined before testing. All seed ought to be tested for viability, that is, the percentage of germination should be determined and recorded on the seed lot.
- Track 20-1Minimizing air, water, and climate pollution
Irrigation suggests that the watering of land to prepare it for agricultural functions. AN irrigation system is that the provision of water via artificial canals and channels to growing plants and crops within a field. Agricultural water users will optimize water use potency and defend the standard of water resources by applying basic info concerning irrigation systems, crop water use and management practices.
- Track 21-1Water distribution systems
- Track 21-2Water maintenance
Agro Ecology is a science, a collection of practices and a Social movement. As a science, it studies interactions among diverse elements of the agro ecosystem. As a collection of practices, it seeks property farming systems that optimize and stabilize yields. Agro Ecology pursues multifunctional roles for agriculture, promotes social justice, nurtures identity and culture, and strengthens the economic viability of rural areas. Family farmers hold the tools for practising Agro ecology. They're keepers of the information and knowledge required for this agenda. Therefore, family farmers round the world are the keys components for manufacturing food in an agro ecological method.
Transgenic plants, that are genetically altered are those, whose DNA is changed using rDNA techniques. In most cases the aim is to introduce an attribute to the plant that doesn't occur naturally in the species. Examples embody resistance to pests, diseases or environmental conditions, or the availability of a particular nutrient or pharmaceutical agent
- Track 23-1Methods of genetic engineering
- Track 23-2Types of modifications
- Track 23-3Multiple trait integration