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Agriculture is often said to be the backbone of developing countries. But in reality, agriculture is the backbone of every living being. The crucial elements of agriculture are cultivable land, monsoon, manpower, and maintenance where every element has its role in making agriculture available for the consumers. The vital part of agriculture is the farmer who works in the field, who makes it work putting all his/her mind, body, and soul to bring out the fruit of labor.

Being the largest sector, agriculture is the most essential factor for the world to run. The Food and Agriculture Organization is an international organization formed by the United Nations in the year 1945. The sole purpose of any agriculture organization is to maintain food security and to make sure that no specific population is left out in hunger.

 


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Farmers studied plants:

Before the advent of formal agriculture studies, farmers studied plants as they practiced agriculture. They knew which season is best for a crop, which soil is suitable to cultivate a specific crop, prediction of rain, specific geographical area, pest prevention methods, suitable growth promoting applications, and many more.

New farmers:

As biological studies started to rule the world, plant studies came into the light where theories, hypotheses, experiments, and applications are used for the betterment of the food supply. Educationally qualified professionals, researchers, and plant scientists emerged to assist farmers in bringing out improved farming. They can be called New farmers as they study, how plants grow in various conditions, with different seeding, planting, watering, and cultivation techniques in a proportionate space.

Like every other researcher, these new farmers need a podium to show their work for the world and their government to recognize. Thus, it could be analyzed and implemented by the governments to bring out healthy food for all consumers through science-assisted farming.  Presenting their studies, hypothesis, and studies at conferences are a suitable way to get their work recognized. Conferences are scientific gatherings where people working with science, gather to let fellow researchers, professionals, funding organizations, and government know about the recent advances in the respective spectrum of science.

Do agriculture conferences fail?

A conference would fail due to various factors when the study objectives are away from the given theme. Crops, fiber, raw materials, and food products are consumed in every part of the world. They are imported, exported, and locally consumed. But, why does there seem to be a drop in their quality? Why people are afraid to consume GMO crops? It is the responsibility of the researcher, the organization, the funding agency, and the government to provide good inventions which would eventually show a good impact. Questions need to be raised if the ideologies don’t align with the welfare of the consumers, where the consumers include people, flora, fauna, and the environment.

These could be practiced in recognized conferences. When conferences don’t have those, they do fail.

What's holding back the agriculture industry?

Fear

People become cautious when it comes to food and hence we could the trend of organic farming, terrace farming, and hydro-farming. The concern is not just nutritious food, but rather food that has no future side effects. People do complain about fruits and vegetables that are grown with harmful pesticides, preservatives, and products from genetically modified organisms, inappropriate fruiting methods.

Reduced man-power                                                                                

Incorporating AI, machine learning, and robotics in agriculture is one such good application. As there are two sides to a coin, they bring down manpower. Not every farmer could afford a robot! With no proper manpower, field agriculture is disturbed. As the rural population mainly depends on agriculture to earn their bread, the implication of such technologies would shrink the manpower.

Milestones in agriculture

9000 BC – Birth of agriculture by Mesopotamian population.

8700 BC – Mexican wild, Teosinte was first farmed in Central America.

7000 BC – the Chinese began to grow rice.

6700-6500 BC – Sheep were farmed in Mesopotamia

5000 BC – Potatoes were first harvested in Central America

3500 BC – Beans cultivation started in Central America

300 BC – Development of Grafting technique by ancient Greeks

1793 – Development of Cotton gin by Eli Whitney

1859 – On the Origins of Species by Sir Charles Darwin

1865 – Friar Gregor Mendel proposed his “Principles of inheritance”

1892 – Intervention of Tractor

1903 – 1933 – Development of hybridization techniques

1953 – Discovery of DNA's double helix structure

1970 – Development of Hybrid-4, the world’s first commercial cotton hybrid

2000 – Sequencing of the first plant genome, Arabidopsis thaliana

2003 – Advent of Genetically Modified Crops

2006 – Bee vectoring technology

2012 – Discovery of CRISPR enzyme
 

Metrics

Pulsus Group is one of the world’s remarkable Scientific Conference Organizers who have their individuality on all the spectrums of Science, Technology and Business.  A part of every conference series’ success specifically hangs on to how far it reaches the online community. Having an online audience is critical to make an international gathering a great success; be it research or academic or industrial.

Research personnel, Academicians, Research institutes, Industrialists and students from the field of plant science are the key participants who show intense desire in attending the Agriculture conference put forth by Pulsus conferences. Conferences based on agriculture, food and plant studies shows a significantly large number of unique visitors and page views which were proved to be a thriving success.

Pulsus further extends its frontier through maintaining its every conference proceeding in its respective conference webpages and its official social media accounts. Thus, aspiring to have the participation of the international scientific and industrial communities to come and experience the pack of talks, discussions, product exhibitions and alliances.

 

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