Agri 2022

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Dachang Zhang
Keynote Presentation
Dachang Zhang, Water & Eco Crisis Foundation, San Jose, United States

For a long time, human have been plagued by droughts and floods. Facing disasters, traditional measures for flood or drought often fail. It highlights the major shortcomings of traditional understanding of water resources and the deficiency of the existing water science to adapt [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Linas Balciauskas
Keynote Presentation
Linas Balciauskas, Nature research centre, Lithuania

We studied small mammal ecology (numbers, diversity, reproduction, body condition, differences in the trophic niches and concentrations of various elements in their bodies) in commercial orchards and berry plantations, these being important parts of agricultural ecosystems in Lit [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Valasia Iakovoglou
Keynote Presentation
Valasia Iakovoglou, UNESCO chair Con-E-Ect, Greece

The summer of 2022 has been characterized as one of the most arid periods that induced problems related to water availability. The lack of water negatively affected the restoration efforts of ecosystems as well as the production in general. Particularly for the Mediterranean semi [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Vasudeva Singh
Keynote Presentation
Vasudeva Singh, Gauhati University, India

Production of cereals in World is around 2600 million tonnes (MT) and India produces around 280 MT as on 2018-19. 750 MT of paddy rice is produced in World and India produces around 160 MT. From this, ~10% (16 MT) goes for the production of rice products like rice flakes, expande [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Thi Kieu Oanh Nguyen
Oral Presentation
Thi Kieu Oanh Nguyen, Mekolink Co., Ltd, Vietnam

This study aims to examine the effect of supermarket channels on fruit and vegetable farmers’ markets in Vietnam. Vietnamese fruit and vegetable farmers are currently building ties with and adapting to potential competition from supermarkets. This research aims to identify [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Sumudu Senanayake
Oral Presentation
Sumudu Senanayake, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

The human-induced climate change and land-use change are threatening the health of soil ecosystems. A healthy soil ecosystem improves the agricultural productivity in the farming lands. The soil erosion and soil erosion hazards are influenced by factors such as rainfall, wind and [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Abdul Khalil Gardezi
Oral Presentation
Abdul Khalil Gardezi, Postgraduate College, Agricultural Science, Montecillo, Texcoco, Mexico

The objective of the research was to evaluate the vigor roselle crop (Hibiscus sabdariffa L.) using rhizobacteria of Pseudomonas fluorences under conditions of stress caused by copper sulfate (CuSO4), as an alternative for the phytoremediation of soils contaminated with wastewate [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Safiul Islam Afrad
Oral Presentation
Safiul Islam Afrad, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Agricultural University, Bangladesh

Rural women are playing a vital role in the conservation of homestead plant biodiversity. Therefore, the main objective guided present study was to assess the extent of women’s participation in homestead plant biodiversity conservation. The study was conducted in five selec [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Peter Stevenson
Oral Presentation
Peter Stevenson, Compassion in World Farming International, United Kingdom

Industrial animal agriculture out-competes small-scale food producers in the Global South, thereby impairing their livelihoods and SDG 1. Industrial livestock production uses human-edible crops to feed animals which they convert very inefficiently into meat and milk; this undermi [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Ana Salvatierra Rojas
Oral Presentation
Ana Salvatierra Rojas, Solar Cooling Engineering UG , Germany

Cocoa is an essential source of income and employment in rural regions, particularly for the five to six million small- scale farmers responsible for producing more than 90 percent of the world's cocoa supply. The cultivation of cocoa beans provides a living for around 50 mil [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Sarvin Elahi
Oral Presentation
Sarvin Elahi, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

FAO announced that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, about 800 million people lacked access to adequate food in 2020. More than half the people living in urban areas mostly rely on buying agricultural products rather than producing food locally. Spatial limitation of the land and cli [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Mark DeSantis
Oral Presentation
Mark DeSantis, CEO, Bloomfield Robotics, United States

Growers need to ensure well-timed harvests and successful yields, and thus, constantly attend to their farms - inspecting their crops to predict yield size and quality, as well to protect them from pests and disease. The main inspection method available today to growers like visu [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Gun Mardiatmoko
Oral Presentation
Gun Mardiatmoko, Pattimura University, Indonesia

Sago (Metroxylon spp) is a source of food from wetlands. This plant plays a role in storing water and carbon which is very useful in dealing with climate change. If this plant is widely converted for other uses, such as agricultural expansion, it will cause disturbances in its fu [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Shiv Vendra Singh
Oral Presentation
Shiv Vendra Singh, Graphic Era Hill University, India

Alongside economical produce the India produce 501.73 MT of agricultural residue every year as co-products and140.84 remains unutilized or burned. On-farm burning cause problem of GHGs emission, particulate matters, smoke and volatile matters worsening global environmental and hu [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Alessandro Magrini
Oral Presentation
Alessandro Magrini, University of Florence, Italy

The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is an important instrument in the hands of the European Commission to support the economic viability of farms in European Union (EU) countries. The Farm Accountancy Data Network (FADN), a system of annual sample surveys on EU farms, has permit [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Barbara Sawicka
Poster Presentation
Barbara Sawicka, University of Life Science in Lublin, Poland

White clover (Trifolium repens L.) is one of the most important, perennial, multi-seeded legumes grown in Poland. The cultivation of white clover ranks third in terms of economic importance among fineseeded legumes in Poland. T. repens is distinguished by high digestibility of th [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Nircia Isabella Andrade Pereira
Poster Presentation
Nircia Isabella Andrade Pereira, Federal University of Viçosa, Brazil

We carried out a three-step intervention study, whose objective was to evaluate the impact of educational actions and social technologies on the quality of water used in food processing. Family farmers and solidarity economy entrepreneurs from thirteen small agribusinesses that p [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Gunay Talibova
Poster Presentation
Gunay Talibova, Baku State University, Azerbaijan

Integrated pest management means careful consideration of all available plant protection methods and subsequent integration of appropriate measures that discourage the development of populations of harmful organisms and keep the use of plant protection products and other forms of [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - D J Patel
Poster Presentation
D J Patel, Anand Agricultural University, India

Phytonematodes are microscopic ubiquitous browsers of plants. Among 10 % of 30,000 parasites identified so far, root- knot nematodes ( Meloidogyne incognita and M. javanica) are attacking almost all  agricultural and horticultural crops across the country. These root- knot n [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Maximilian Lackner
Keynote Presentation
Maximilian Lackner, Lackner Ventures and Consulting GmbH, Austria

Since plants extract nutrients from soil, particularly monocultures need fertilizers for higher yields of production. Classic mineral fertilizers are of the NPK type (nitrogen + phosphorus + potassium). The nitrogen in mineral fertilizers, which is cheaper than organic one, comes [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Vijayan Gurumurthy Iyer
Keynote Presentation
Vijayan Gurumurthy Iyer, Techno-Economic-Environmental Study and Check Consultancy Services, India

This article discusses the environmental health impact assessment (EHIA) process that is for the prediction and assessment of environments health impacts on the agriculture and horticulture environment. “Environmental health impact assessment” (EHIA) process can be de [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - S M Rezaul Karim
Keynote Presentation
S M Rezaul Karim, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

Rice is a key crop for meeting global food demand and ensuring food security. However, the crop has been facing great problem to combat the weed problem. Synthetic herbicides, pose a severe threat to the human health and agro-ecosystems. Allelochemicals for using as bioherbicides [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Md Munir Hayet Khan
Oral Presentation
Md Munir Hayet Khan, INTI International University, Malaysia

The last couple of decades have seen remarkable progress in the ability to develop accurate hydrologic models. Among various conceptual and black box models developed over this period, hybrid Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based models have been amongst the most promising in simula [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Cornelis Heemskerk
Oral Presentation
Cornelis Heemskerk, Inholland University of Applied Science, Netherlands

Fresh market broccoli is traditionally harvested selectively, in a labour-intensive, manual process. Only broccoli heads of the right size and right quality are harvested. The size assessment is done visually by the harvesters. As a first step trying to automate the selective bro [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Alicja Niewiadomska
Oral Presentation
Alicja Niewiadomska, Poznan University of Life Science, Poland

Currently, due to people’s growing awareness, it is increasingly important to search for alternative preparations to chemical crop protection products and mineral fertilisation, which could be applied in agriculture and horticulture in order to increase the fertility of soi [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Elias Militao
Oral Presentation
Elias Militao, Mid Sweden University, Sweden

Food insecurity (FI) is a living reality for many households in low- and middle-income countries, especially among the most vulnerable groups. In Mozambique, the burden of household FI and how various coping strategies might be associated with negative health outcomes is unknown. [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Antonio Berardi
Oral Presentation
Antonio Berardi, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy

Almonds (Prunus dulcis) are among the most popular dried fruits all over the world for their high nutritional and health value. The almond is a crop practiced in many countries of the world including temperate, sub-tropical, and tropical regions in which is considered an econo [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Solomon W Newete
Oral Presentation
Solomon W Newete, Agricultural Research Council, South Africa

Maize is considered as a staple food supporting over 200 million people in developing countries. Close to 60% of the cropping area in Southern Africa is planted with maize of which half of it comes from South Africa making the country a prominent supplier of maize in the region. [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Jarkko Leppala
Oral Presentation
Jarkko Leppala, Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke), Finland

Fasari project in the Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke) has studied corporate security and holistic risk management in agriculture. In agriculture and the natural resource sector in general, small entrepreneurs strive to manage multiple goals and risks in their work and [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Gideon Danso Abbeam
Oral Presentation
Gideon Danso Abbeam , University of the Free State, South Africa

Home gardens are gaining attention as a way to boost food production and income, especially in impoverished areas. As a result, additional empirical evidence is needed to inform policy guidelines aimed at tackling food insecurity and poverty through Home Food Gardens (HFG). After [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Rajesh Mehrotra
Oral Presentation
Rajesh Mehrotra, Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India

Plants are exposed to several biotic and abiotic stresses, which greatly affect their growth and productivity. To meet the global food requirements, there is an urgency to develop plants that can survive under these environmental stresses with high yield and available land resour [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Inga Muizniece
Oral Presentation
Inga Muizniece, Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies, Latvia

The objective of the study was to assess the impact of sex on the slaughter results and pH of Limousin pure breed bulls and heifers. The study analysed data of 46 bulls and 79 heifers fattened on different farms in Latvia and Lithuania as part of the Baltic Grassland Beef projec [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Bimal Kumar Ghimire
Oral Presentation
Bimal Kumar Ghimire, Konkuk University, Korea, Republic of

Globally, Recently, there is a growing concern about the number of pests exhibiting resistance to existing chemical pesticides in the agriculture and horticulture sector. Silver (Ag+) ion water is used both as an emergency drinking water disinfectant and impregnated in some water [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Pello Alfonso Muniozguren
Oral Presentation
Pello Alfonso Muniozguren, Fundación Sustalde, Spain

In countries such as The Gambia, agriculture has a large role to play in reducing poverty. To that end, irrigation smart practices can be considered a contemporary and ecologically sustainable agricultural production system that supports the development of a water efficient econo [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Poonam Malakondaiah
Oral Presentation
Poonam Malakondaiah, Department of Agriculture & Cooperation, India

Andhra Pradesh being an Agrarian State, the Government primarily focuses on Agriculture & allied sectors and Farmer’s Welfare. The Hon’ble Chief Minister has envisioned on establishing an Agri Input Shop and a Village Knowledge center at every Village in the state [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Olivier Sparagano
Keynote Presentation
Olivier Sparagano, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Global population is still on the rise and access to natural resources such as clean water and safe food will be a huge challenge for the decade to come. Therefore, the diversification of food sources could answer such dilemma and upscaling the edible insect industry could bring [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - J C Tarafdar
Keynote Presentation
J C Tarafdar, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, India

Different nanofertilizers can be synthesized through physical, chemical, aerosol and biological means to enhance plant productivity, nutrient use efficiency, stress management, soil health management and environmental protection. Results showed that nano-nutrients application in [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Soumen Bhattacharjee
Keynote Presentation
Soumen Bhattacharjee, University of Burdwan, India

Of late agricultural productivity across the globe has been driven by overwhelming limitations imposed by fluctuating environmental stress caused by climate change. A central common theme among environmental stresses is serious impact on redox biology and the perturbation of the [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Krishan Kant Tyagi
Keynote Presentation
Krishan Kant Tyagi, ICAR-Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute, India

India is a vast agrarian country having geographical area of 329 million hectares. It is divided into 28 States and 08 Union Territories (UTs are administered by the President through an Administrator appointed by him/her). These comprise of 750 Districts and a total of 628,221 & [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Bartlomiej Glina
Oral Presentation
Bartlomiej Glina, University of Life Sciences, Poland

Peatland soils are the most carbon-rich soils in the world, storing ca. 600 Gt of carbon. However, recent human activity and observed climate change have transformed these ecosystems from long-term carbon sinks into carbon sources, thus altering global carbon cycling. The use of [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Volodymyr Starodubtsev
Oral Presentation
Volodymyr Starodubtsev, National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine

The implementation of "precision farming" into practice requires a detailed quantitative assessment of the soil cover heterogeneity. Such an assessment is carried out mainly by the provision of soils with gross and mobile forms of nutrients, the presence of toxic substa [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Pawan Kumar Sharma
Oral Presentation
Pawan Kumar Sharma, Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences & Technology, India

The study analyzed the dynamics of existing integrated farming systems (IFS) in North-Western Himalayas of Jammu & Kashmir, India. It is estimated that the efficiency and economics of existing farms can be enhanced through adoption of integrated farming system. The enterprise [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Zohreh Nasimi
Oral Presentation
Zohreh Nasimi, Sichuan Agricultural University, China

Burkholderia cepacia complex (BCC) is a group with high genetic versatility and adaptability. It contains at least 90 valid species belonging to the subphylum of β-proteobacteria, gram-negative bacilli ubiquitous bacteria in a wide range of niches. We isolated three Burkhold [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Lucrecia Valentine
Oral Presentation
Lucrecia Valentine, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

Boosting the growth of small farmers serve as a meaningful mechanism in uplifting rural food shortages in many developing countries, including South Africa. Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) contribute significantly to the economic growth and development of a country (T [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Muhammad Awais Rafiq
Oral Presentation
Muhammad Awais Rafiq, Citiscape- Horticulture & Landscape, United Arab Emirates

Poor tree nutrient management significantly reduce productivity and quality of citrus fruit. Hence in three separate experiments, exogenous supplemental application of 0.5 mL L− 1 ‘Primo’ (Ascophylum nodosum seaweed extract + amino acid and) + 0.01% ‘Tween [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Subhas Chandra Dattaa
Oral Presentation
Subhas Chandra Dattaa, Department of Zoology, VisvaBharati University, India

In 2019, the first-pandemic-outbreaks in China, COVID-19, caused by SARS-CoV-2 /-3, has quickly spread worldwide, badly affecting our lives, physical activity, sedentary behavior, food habits, human civilization, etc., with post-COVID-chronic-diseases, and the recent-pandemic-wav [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Murari Lal Gaur
Oral Presentation
Murari Lal Gaur, Anand Agricultural University, India

Water needs energy, energy needs water but human development needs both. Their intricate connectivity and dependencies revolve around many elemental issues. Present paper is focused towards deliberating updated overview on prospects of information and communication technology (IC [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Umair Ashraf
Oral Presentation
Umair Ashraf, University of Education, Lahore, Pakistan

Water deficit conditions causes physiological and biochemical interventions in crop plants; however, gamma amino butyric acid (GABA) may induce tolerance in crop under water stress conditions. The present study was comprised of two fragrant rice varieties i.e., Super Basmati and [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Nabil Sabet A Mustafa
Oral Presentation
Nabil Sabet A Mustafa, National Research Centre, Egypt

World face several challenges the most decisive climatic changes, freshwater poverty and poor usage efficiency for natural resources (soil & water) particularly in developing countries. Applying Nanotechnology may represent a smart mechanism toward sustainable ag [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - K N Gupta
Oral Presentation
K N Gupta, Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya, India

Citrus is a widely distributed crop all over the world. Citrus is an important fruit crop in India. It is grown in about 0.50 million ha with an annual production of 0.39 million tones. Citrus is infected by a number of graft transmissible pathogen which include Citrus tristeza v [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Parthasarathi Theivasigamani
Oral Presentation
Parthasarathi Theivasigamani, Vellore Institute of Technology, India

Nanobiotechnology has established a significant contribution in recent days toward sustainable agriculture by increasing crop yields and enhancing the quality of the soil. It also has specific purposes like nanobiofertilizers, plant growth promotors, and nanobiostimulants that im [....] » Read More

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