IFAJ is a supporting partner of the CropWorld 2010 conference and exhibition in London on November 1 to 3, 2010.
As a supporting partner, IFAJ is promoted on conference websites, and press passes are available for journalists from our member organisations interesting in this leading global sustainable crop production event.
The conference will encompass every aspect of the crop value chain from soil preparation and seeds, to packaging, to the impact of sustainability on agricultural practices.
Professor Sir John Beddington CMG FRS, Chief Scientist to HM Government will give the closing keynote address.
Dr Namanga Ngongi of the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa, and Dr Ajay Parida of the M.S Swami Nathan Research Foundation, plus over 120 international specialists, will also speak at the conference.
The event will take place at ExCeL London, and is expected to draw more than 2,000 visitors.
Day One will feature ‘big idea’ sessions led by major organisations such as the USDA, Defra, Syngenta, the CPA, the OECD and the European Commission. Days two and three will address global food security, climate change, environmental and regulatory factors affecting crop production, the future for organics, agrochemicals, fertilisers, seeds and crop nutrients, water utilisation and irrigation among others.
For more information on the congress and exhibition, and to download the programme, see the www.crop-world.com website.
Contact: Hazel Miller at hazel.miller(at)ubm.com or Nicola Bowen at Nicola.bowen(at)ubm.com for press or programme enquiries.