Call for Abstract

2nd International Conference on Agricultural & Horticultural Sciences, will be organized around the theme “Scientific Insight of Agricultural & Horticultural Research”

Agri-2014 is comprised of 12 tracks and 84 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Agri-2014.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

Register now for the conference by choosing an appropriate package suitable to you.

  • Track 1-1Cereal Grains: Rice, wheat, sorghum, barley, maize, millets, oats
  • Track 1-2Pulses: Grams, lentils, peas, beans
  • Track 1-3Oilseeds: Groundnut, mustard, rapeseed, linseed, castor, sesame, sunflower, safflower
  • Track 1-4Cash crops: Sugarcane, tea, coffee, rubber, cotton, jute, coconut, tobacco and condiments
  • Track 2-1Advance in medicinal compounds of herbs
  • Track 2-2Molecular research in secondary metabolites
  • Track 2-3Plant derived pharmaceuticals by molecular farming
  • Track 2-4Antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti inflammatory and anticancer activity of medicinal plants
  • Track 2-5Physiology and ecology research on herbs
  • Track 3-1Stress physiology and mechanisms of abiotic stress tolerance
  • Track 3-2Cereal grain chemistry
  • Track 3-3Signal transduction and photobiology
  • Track 3-4Biochemistry and physiology of plant growth regulators
  • Track 3-5Plant metabolism and regulation
  • Track 3-6Ecophysiology of crop plants
  • Track 4-1Chemical pesticides and fertilizers
  • Track 4-2Biofertilizers and biopesticides: Biology, production, and mechanism of action
  • Track 4-3Plant-microbe interactions and their role in plant defense
  • Track 4-4Weed biology and ecology
  • Track 4-5Weed control practices and methods
  • Track 4-6Integrated pest management practices
  • Track 4-7Pesticide and herbicide resistance: Current risks and management
  • Track 5-1Root morphology and cropping systems
  • Track 5-2Application of solar energy to optimize plant productivity
  • Track 5-3Irrigation and efficient crop production
  • Track 5-4Meteorology and crop production
  • Track 5-5Advanced techniques in plant harvesting
  • Track 5-6Soil quality and management
  • Track 5-7Soil microbiology and effect on soil fertility
  • Track 6-1Protoplast culture and somatic embryogenesis
  • Track 6-2In vitro techniques and transgene technology
  • Track 6-3Development and application of molecular markers in plants
  • Track 6-4Molecular phylogenetics and plant evolution
  • Track 6-5´OmicsĀ“ tools and technologies for plant improvement
  • Track 6-6Current research in model plants: Rice, arabidopsis
  • Track 6-7Bioprocessing and metabolic engineering of medicinal plants
  • Track 6-8Molecular pharming in plants
  • Track 7-1Tractor-operated machinery
  • Track 7-2Power tiller-operated machinery
  • Track 7-3Manually-operated machinery
  • Track 7-4Ergonomics of agricultural tools and equipment
  • Track 7-5Post harvest technology
  • Track 7-6Farm machinery engineering and manufacturing
  • Track 7-7Soil and water engineering
  • Track 7-8Robotics and automated systems for precision farming
  • Track 8-1Agribusiness strategies and policies
  • Track 8-2Agricultural commodity marketing and analysis of competition
  • Track 8-3Farm business management
  • Track 8-4Rural and community development
  • Track 8-5Global information systems and impact on agribusiness
  • Track 8-6Risk assessment and management
  • Track 8-7Inventory and labour management
  • Track 8-8Role of agriculture in world economy
  • Track 8-9Agriculture trade and impact on GDP
  • Track 9-1Vegetable and fruit breeding and genetics
  • Track 9-2Pests, diseases, and plant protection
  • Track 9-3Post harvest management and processing
  • Track 9-4Floriculture and ornamental horticulture
  • Track 9-5Landscape planting and management
  • Track 9-6Protected vs. open-field cultivations
  • Track 9-7Tree physiology, breeding and genetics
  • Track 9-8Forest ecology and biodiversity
  • Track 9-9Bonsai cultivation and management
  • Track 9-10Grassland range and natural resources management
  • Track 10-1Genetic resources and food security
  • Track 10-2Agricultural land and water use management
  • Track 10-3Conservation of agroresources through biotechnology
  • Track 10-4Sustainable farming practices
  • Track 10-5Organic vs. conventional farming
  • Track 10-6Role of markets and agribusiness in sustainable agriculture
  • Track 10-7Impact of GM crops and seed technology
  • Track 10-8Biofuels and bioenergy production
  • Track 11-1Agriculture risk with input prices and quality
  • Track 11-2New technologies for weather and climate information and how to comply with farmers
  • Track 11-3Agricultural credit to mitigate production risks
  • Track 11-4ICT and decision support systems for on-farm applications to cope effectively with climate risks
  • Track 11-5Crop insurance strategies and schemes for coping with risk
  • Track 11-6Contingency planning to cope up with risks like floods, droughts etc.
  • Track 12-1Agricultural extension to focus on small and marginal farmers
  • Track 12-2ICT use in agricultural extension
  • Track 12-3Women in agricultural extension
  • Track 12-4Public-private partnerships in agricultural extension
  • Track 12-5Future extension education initiatives
  • Track 12-6Agriculture as a profitable venture