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AGRI 2023

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - J C Tarafdar
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
J C Tarafdar, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, India

Nanofertilizers are at the leading age of a rapidly developing field of nanotechnology. It can be synthesized through physical, chemical, aerosol and biological techniques. It has the potential to control release of nutrients, site targeted delivery, reduction in toxicity and nut [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Venkatram Rengan
Keynote Presentation (In-Person)
Venkatram Rengan, Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, India

Millets are one of the oldest crops known to humans.  Earliest evidence for millets cultivation can be traced back to Indus civilization during 3000 BC. Millet crops were first domesticated in Asia and Africa and later spread across the globe. Millets are primarily categoriz [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Dachang Zhang
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Dachang Zhang, Water & Eco Crisis Foundation, San Jose, United States

Mountains are the most abundant biodiversity with vertical zoning, and are the ecological barriers of the entire watershed. Mountain agriculture and forestry play an irreplaceable role in the agricultural economic system. Bare rocks, valleys, forests, pastures and alpine snow [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Edgar Omar Rueda Puente
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Edgar Omar Rueda Puente, Universidad de sonora, Mexico

Arid and semi-arid zones occupy a little more than half of the territory in Mexico. It is estimated that they house some six thousand plant species, of which about 50% are exclusive to our country. The Seris (COMCAAC), an Amerindian people living in the west-central Mexican state [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Linas Balciauskas
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Linas Balciauskas, Nature research centre, Lithuania

We will review the results of an analysis of small mammal trapping and owl pellet analysis in pre-Soviet and post-Soviet Lithuania (the most southerly of the three Baltic States in Northern Europe), covering the period 1975–2022. Based on the decades-long period, we analyse [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Shashi Vemuri
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Shashi Vemuri, University Head of Entomology at PJTSAU, India

As the world population escalates and arable land shrinks worldwide, crop security is the key to food security in the short and long term. Urban sprawl combined with climate change effects challenges ensuring enough food for consumption and adequate nutrients to sustain human hea [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Vijayan Gurumurthy Iyer
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Vijayan Gurumurthy Iyer, Bihar Institute of Public Administration & Rural Development (BIPARD), India

Climate change and control can be defined as the systematic identification and evaluation of   change in general weather conditions in an area over a long period of time or change in weather trend or change in general attitude   of weather conditions during on [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Vijayan Gurumurthy Iyer
Keynote Presentation (Virtual)
Vijayan Gurumurthy Iyer, Bihar Institute of Public Administration & Rural Development (BIPARD), India

In this paper, an assessment of environmental quality loss function deployment is presented. Indian double roller cotton ginning environmental quality loss function concept that combines resource inputs, product or service cost, target and environmental climatic stewardship varia [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Aleksandar Radu
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Aleksandar Radu, University of Lincoln, United Kingdom

This work reports the fabrication and characterization of a low-cost device for the continuous monitoring of the concentration of plant nutrients based on ion-selective electrodes and textile threads that work in direct contact with soils. Here, we developed a thread-based, micro [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Salma Elamiri
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Salma Elamiri, Scienses and tachniques Faculty-Mohammedia,Hassan II University, Casablanca, Morocco

In order to reduce the cost of fertilizers as well as their influence on the environment, scientists are paying more and more attention to slow-release or controlled-release fertilizers, which are prepared from abundantly available biodegradable natural materials such as biopolym [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Noah Metomo Flore Nadine Nelly
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Noah Metomo Flore Nadine Nelly, University of Hassan II CASABLANCA, Morocco

Sheep's wool is a textile material that belongs to the class of natural fibers of animal origin[1], [2]. This waste arouses a notorious interest through its chemical composition rich in nitrogen through the amino acids contained in the keratin constituting one of the irrefrag [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Hari Devkota
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Hari Devkota, UN Nepal, Nepal

Agriculture is one of the major occupations of Nepal where more than 80% of people are engaging in farm-related work in Nepal and is one of the major backbones of the economy. However, food security is deteriorating day by day which has a huge impact in the overall agriculture se [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Delelesse Girma Debele
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Delelesse Girma Debele, Betin, Ethiopia

The transition period of a dairy cow, mostly defined as the period from week 3 antepartum until 3 week post-partum, is characterized by abrupt changes in physiology, metabolism, and nutrition of the animal. Intensive fetal growth before parturition, morphological and endocrine ch [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Sihle
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Sihle, Rhodes University, South Africa

Cultivation in rural areas contributes to agricultural stability and food security at household, community, and national levels, and also in maintaining diversity of rural landscapes (Scherr et al. 2007; Diaz et al. 2011). Moreover, cultivating fields gives rural communities a se [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Theodrose Sisay Hailu
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Theodrose Sisay Hailu, Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, Ethiopia

Agriculture is a sector that is very vulnerable to the effects of climate change and contributes to anthropogenic greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions in the atmosphere. By lowering emissions and adjusting to the change, it can also help to reduce climate change. Utilizing Climate-Sm [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Jimson S Ramirez
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Jimson S Ramirez, Campus Research Department, Philippines

The main production constraint for bananas is the availability of disease-free and healthy planting materials. Tissue culture is a technique that could provide these materials, but it is expensive and requires specialized knowledge. In-vivo mass propagation of bananas, or macropr [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Haidar Najeebullah
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Haidar Najeebullah, Tokyo University of Agriculture, Japan

Tomato (Solanum Lycopersicum L.) is one of the most important vegetable fruits in the world. Tomato is an important commodity that plays an essential role in the human diet. It has become one of the most profitable fruits providing a higher income to small-scale farmers compared [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Donfagsiteli Tchinda Nehemie
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Donfagsiteli Tchinda Nehemie, Institute of Medical Research and Medicinal Plants Studies, Cameroon

Plant formations constitute a natural reservoir for aromatic and medicinal plants (AMPs), essential for the conservation of life and nature, which most local populations use for their health. Despite their socio-economic value, their exploitation by local communities has remained [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Fatima tayi
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Fatima tayi, FSTM, Morocco

 Fish by-products are generally recognized as low value resources. In order to increase their value, fish by-products need to be converted into new products with high functionality, such as fish protein hydrolysates (FPH), which have attracted enormous interest in different [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 -  El Idrissi Ayoub
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
El Idrissi Ayoub, Faculty of Science and Technology, Hassan II University, Casablanca, Morocco, Morocco

Today, the rapid development of technologies to improve food production while minimizing environmental impact is a top priority. Agriculture is one of the most important industries, but it consumes a considerable amount of water. Because agricultural soils, especially arid and se [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Hunduma Dinka
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Hunduma Dinka, Adama Science and Technology University, Ethiopia

Newcastle disease (ND) is a highly infectious chicken disease that causes major economic losses worldwide. A study was conducted from February 2020 to October 2020 to detect and characterize Avian Paramyxovirus type-1 (APMV-1) strain genetic lineages from chickens in mid-Rift Val [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Stefano Orsini
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Stefano Orsini, Council for Research in Agriculture and the analysis of the agricultural economy (CREA), Italy

Scientific evidence, as well as policy institutions at EU level, recognise that agroforestry systems can contribute to climate change mitigation and adaptation, biodiversity enhancement, soil fertility and protection, and can provide opportunities for local rural economy. Therefo [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Abebe bezu
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Abebe bezu, ethiopian institute of agricultural research, Ethiopia

Climate change is a global problem of this century, but its impact is higher in low-income countries like Ethiopia. Subsequently, Ethiopia has been facing severe droughts at least twice per decade and several severe flood hazards. Studies confirm that the country’s annual t [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Zhongsheng Guo
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Zhongsheng Guo, ISWC, Northwestern A & F University, yangling, CAS & MWR, China

As the population increases and the economy develops, there is an increasing demand for the quantity and variety of plant products and services in a country or a region. To meet the demands, people left the forest cradles and cultivate crops, applicate fertilizer and irrigate to [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 -  Abdelrahman Kelany
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Abdelrahman Kelany, Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority, Egypt

The aim was to elucidate the impact of oral folic acid (FA) supplements on progesterone profile, blood metabolites and biochemical indices of heat-stressed Holstein cows during the early stage of pregnancy. The study lasted from the day of artificial insemination through the end [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Gabriel Ayodele Oguntunde
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Gabriel Ayodele Oguntunde, Federal College of Education (Technical), Nigeria

The study is to examine the role of agricultural extension in increasing food production as a strategy in reducing poverty among farmers in Kaltungo Local Government Area. The specific objectives are to; identify the socioeconomic characteristics of farmers and extension workers, [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Emadeldin Ahmed Mahgoub
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Emadeldin Ahmed Mahgoub, Agricultural Research Corporation, Sudan

The current topic has analyzed the Sesame value chain particularly the case of, South, North, West Kordofan, and Sinnar states. Sesame is the major cash crop, which is mainly produced as an export crops. A long value chain characterizes this crop, which includes producers, villag [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Davie Mulia
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Davie Mulia, Dasfem Farms Ltd, Botswana

This study constructs the survival and growth of Agri-business in Zambia and Botswana,  countries  which are in Southern Africa. The study recommends strategies for survival and growth of Agri-businesses.  The research work is about challenges that Agri-business en [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Lusanda Ncisana
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Lusanda Ncisana, University of Limpopo, South Africa

Abiotic factors such as amount of water received by plants influence the nutrient concentration of most fodder crops. The nutrient concentration of newly bred ARC fodder radish cultivars is not known yet. We predicted that (i) well-watered (W1) would have high CP, CF, Solubility, [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Happy Bango
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Happy Bango, Agriculture, South Africa

Jatropha zeyheri is an indigenous crop to South Africa, which contains tea brewing and medicinal properties commonly utilized by local communities in rural areas of South Africa. Indigenous teas have been receiving much attention due to their health benefits. Domestication and co [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Kouadio Venance Paques Gniayou
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Kouadio Venance Paques Gniayou, Felix Houphouet Boigny University, Cote d'Ivoire

Like most developing countries, Côte d'Ivoire is a country with a strong agricultural vocation. As the world's leading cocoa producer, it has long practiced extensive cultivation, which has profoundly degraded its forest cover. However, in certain regions of the cou [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Mohamed hussein sanei
Oral Presentation (In-Person)
Mohamed hussein sanei, Namik Kemal University , Turkey

In this experiment, The Effect of Spraying Different Dosages of Calcium Nitrate and Calcium Chloride on Fruits of Tomato Cultivars Grown in Perlite in a Cold Greenhouse on Blossom End Rot and Fruit Craking was investigated. In the experiment, 3 calcium doses (W/V %0 Ca, % 0.0475 [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Caris Dos Santos Viana
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Caris Dos Santos Viana , Federal University of Ceara, Brazil

Microgreens are plants seedlings produced from seeds of different species. In general, they are harvested for consumption between 7 and 21 days after sowing, when the cotyledonary leaves are fully developed and the first leaves themselves are present or not. The consumption of mi [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Nikita Maurya
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Nikita Maurya, Banda University of Agriculture and technology, India

An experiment was carried out at the research farm of Raja Balwant Singh College, Bichpuri, Agra during Rabi season in the year 2021-2022 to study the effect of Gibberellic acid and Maleic hydrazide on growth, flowering and yield of African marigold (Tagetes erecta L.) cv. Pusa B [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Itefa Degefa
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Itefa Degefa, Dambi Dollo University, Ethiopia

Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) is the most important crop, and its production is increasing quickly in developing countries like Ethiopia. The present study was conducted with the objective to evaluate yield and disease resistance potential of potato varieties at Dambi Dollo Unive [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Sandra Cecilia Bautista Rodriguez
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Sandra Cecilia Bautista Rodriguez, Universidad El Bosque, Colombia

Climate change, loss of ecosystems, increasing poverty, increasing marginalization of rural communities and declining food security are global issues that require urgent attention. In this regard, a great deal of research has focused on how agroecosystems respond to these challen [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Channab
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Channab, University HASSAN II, Morocco

Nitrogen (N) is the most widely applied macronutrient to maintain soil fertility and plant growth; however, irrational and excessive use of N fertilizers causes significant loss to the surrounding environment and negative environmental impacts. Hence, it is important to develop t [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Anissa Gara
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Anissa Gara, National Institute of Agronomy of Tunisia (INAT), Tunisia

This study complements a previous study. The previous study (in 2019) focused on the socio-economic effect of water and soil conservation works on farmlands at “Oued Sbayhia” watershed in “Zaghouen” region (northern east of Tunisia). However, erosion contr [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Andrew Akampereza
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Andrew Akampereza, Bunyonyi Distributors Ltd, Uganda

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Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Tanvir Quader
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Tanvir Quader, a2i (Aspire to Innovate), Bangladesh

A Data-Driven Approach to Enhance the Agriculture Ecosystem Manik Mahmud and Tanvir Quader Manik Mahmud, a2i (Aspire to Innovate), Dhaka, Bangladesh, [email protected] Tanvir Quader Emon, a2i (Aspire to Innovate), Dhaka, Bangladesh, [email protected] Pres [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Onke Hawu
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Onke Hawu, North-West University, South Africa

Maize (Zea mays) straw silage is one of the most commonly used feeds across the world, due to its high-energy content. However, it contains low crude protein (CP) content of <7 g/kg DM. To meet the nutrient requirements for ruminants, the CP of maize straw silage must be incre [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Subhas Chandra Dattaa
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Subhas Chandra Dattaa, Department of Zoology, VisvaBharati University, India

The past two decades have seen several viral epidemics, causing significant loss of human lives.In the ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav in India’, the recent COVID-19 epidemics emerge as serious-global-threat to human civilization, public health, agriculture, horticulture, tr [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Papita H Gourkhede
Oral Presentation (Virtual)
Papita H Gourkhede, Vasantro Naik Marathawada Krishi Vidyapeeth, India

Sorghum is grown on considerable area under rainfed condition in Marathwada region both in kharif and rabi season. However, the productivity of sorghum particularly in kharif season is fluctuating. Also sorghum is grown majorly for fodder production in kharif season. Occurrence o [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Larisa Caisin
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Larisa Caisin, Technical University of Moldova, Moldova, Republic of

The current trends in the production of broiler chickens indicate the need to look for natural solutions that affect the efficiency of production and the quality of meat. The aim of the study was to evaluate the growth performance and quality of broiler chicken meat with the addi [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Koffi
Poster Presentation (In-Person)
Koffi, Universite Felix Houphouet Boigny d'Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire

Intensive agriculture combined with climate change issues causes considerable degradation of natural ecosystems. Therefore, to ensure their protection, it is necessary to find a system that combines environmental protection and carbon sequestration. Thus, the general objective of [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Adade Famous Baa
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Adade Famous Baa, Word Of Faith Group of Schools, Nigeria

The study focused on the farmers’ productivity and technical efficiency of smallholder rubber farmers under different tapping arrangements in Delta State, Nigeria. The study was carried out in the Central Agricultural Zone of the state. A multistage sampling technique was a [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Manpreet Kaur Saini
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Manpreet Kaur Saini, Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, India, India

MATING BEHAVIOUR AND COMMUNICATION IN WAX MOTHS: GALLERIA MELLONELLA Abstract Insect pheromones are volatile organic molecules of low molecular weight that elicit a behavioral response from individuals of the same species for mating and can be used to communicate between m [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Ratnakala
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Ratnakala, University of Agricultural sciences dharwad, India

Invasion of fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda (J. E. Smith) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) to India was reported for the first time from Karnataka. Ever since its infestation spread in the entire country covering major maize growing lands including sweet corn and baby corn. Entomopa [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Bagavathi Ammal
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Bagavathi Ammal, Pajancoa & Ri, India

To apply soil test based fertilizer recommendations, the soils are to be tested after each crop. Hence it has become necessary to predict the soil test values after the harvest of the crop. It is done by developing post-harvest soil test value prediction equations making use of t [....] » Read More

Speaker at Agriculture and  Horticulture 2023 - Nazmeen Khanam
Poster Presentation (Virtual)
Nazmeen Khanam, Indian Institute of soil science(ICAR), India

Organic practices of crop production is gaining popularity as it sustain crop productivity and soil health without harming the environment. There is paucity of data available on the long-term organic farming practices on performance of beneficial microorganisms. In a long-term ne [....] » Read More

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