1st International Conference on Plant Protection Sciences (ICPPS-2022)

[caption id="attachment_2877" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Inauguration ceremony of the ICPPS 2022 International Conference on Plant Protection Sciences[/caption] 1st International Conference on Plant Protection Sciences (ICPPS-2022) will provide an opportunity to encourage and strengthen the scientific and technological collaboration between Pakistan and advanced countries of the world. The knowledge sharing and linkages

Start

March 29, 2022 - 8:00 am

End

March 30, 2022 - 6:00 pm

ICPPS 2022 International Conference on Plant Protection Sciences

Inauguration ceremony of the ICPPS 2022 International Conference on Plant Protection Sciences

1st International Conference on Plant Protection Sciences (ICPPS-2022) will provide an opportunity to encourage and strengthen the scientific and technological collaboration between Pakistan and advanced countries of the world. The knowledge sharing and linkages will boost up capacity of researchers, scientists, academia, students, progressive growers, and industries for innovative and environment friendly strategies for crop protection and for the betterment of sustainable agriculture of Pakistan. Emerging pests and diseases, which were not been reported before, however, could become serious threats to agro-ecosystem due to climate change. The participants will learn how to minimize the risks to agricultural production, natural resources, and human health and safety by effectively managing existing agricultural pests and diseases of economically important crops. The ultimate objective of this conference is to establish long lasting interactions for the exchange of innovative knowledge, and capacity building between scientists related to the field of Plant Protection.

ICPPS 2022 International Conference on Plant Protection Sciences

Addressing the closing ceremony at the Main Auditorium Hall, Dr. Fateh Marri, Vice Chancellor, Sindh Agricultural University, has said that the use of pesticides and due to climate change posed various threats to the health of plants, animals, humans, and the environment. He said that if plants are healthy then nature will be healthy. Therefore, agriculture must be made nature-friendly, and biological control must be expanded to protect society.

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  • Monthly magazine is a great initiative and should go a long way in awareness and literacy in agriculture sciences for all the stakeholders especially the public at large!

    Prof. Manzoor Hussain Soomro Reply

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