Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry

Soil Science and Agricultural Chemistry
  • Soil Biology
  • Soil Health Assesment
  • Soil Testing
  • Chemical Technologies in Agriculture

Soil science is the study of soil. It covers the study of soil formation, soil properties, and soil properties in relation to the use and management of soils. It is sometimes also referred to as pedology.

Agricultural chemistry is the study of chemistry in relation to agriculture like agricultural production, the processing of raw products into foods and beverages, and environmental monitoring and remediation. These studies stress on the relationships between plants, animals and bacteria and their environment. It is a branch of agricultural science that studies the chemical compositions and reactions involved in the production, protection, and use of crops and livestock.

Committee Members
Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Dachang Zhang

Dachang Zhang

Water & Eco Crisis Foundation, San Jose, United States
Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Linas Balciauskas

Linas Balciauskas

Nature research centre, Lithuania
Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Maximilian Lackner

Maximilian Lackner

Lackner Ventures and Consulting GmbH, Austria
Agri 2022 Speakers
Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Ayman Mohamed Abd El Razek Ahmed

Ayman Mohamed Abd El Razek Ahmed

Sugar Crops Research Institute Agric. Res. Center, Egypt
Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Ana Salvatierra Rojas

Ana Salvatierra Rojas

Solar Cooling Engineering UG , Germany
Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Pantelis Barouchas

Pantelis Barouchas

University of Patras, Greece
Speaker at Agriculture and Horticulture 2022 - Angeliki Kavga

Angeliki Kavga

University of Patras, Greece

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