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Co-Founders Rob Burleigh and Francis Dodds share their knowledge and insights into agricultural science, publishing and the latest news at Burleigh Dodds 
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Burleigh Dodds Livestock Round Up 
20 May 2019 

TOP STORY 

 
Poultry breeders and university research teams from across Europe are joining forces to create the first ChickenStress consortium. 
 
The consortium will be led by Newcastle University's Centre for Behaviour and Evolution and will focus primarily on understanding how stress response is controlled in the brains of birds, specifically chickens. 
 
Discover Achieving sustainable production of poultry meat - Volume 2 for further discussion on poultry breeding and nutrition. 
 
Dutch cows make history by entering the world's first floating farm. 
 
Based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, the "floating farm" is acquitted with robotic milking, a slurry robot, an automatic belt feeder, and a rubber walkway. 
 
Read more on this fascinating development here 
 
Click here for more information on our chapter on the Advances in robotic milking. 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

ROBOTIC MILKING 
 
Did you know that we have a brand new chapter on the Advances in robotic milking, taken from our forthcoming title Robotics and automation for improving agriculture
 
Contact Us for further information on this chapter collection. 

BOOK OF THE WEEK 

Achieving sustainable production of sheep 
Key Features: 
 
• Discusses research on factors affecting carcass composition and meat quality 
• Reviews advances in breeding 
• Summarises key developments in understanding and improving the health and welfare of sheep 
 
Exclusive newsletter offer for one week only: use discount code ROUNDUP1 at checkout for 25% discount off this title

CONFERENCES 

 
 
 
The Scientific Program has now been released. You can read it here
The 2nd International Conference on Precision Dairy Farming is scheduled to begin next month from 18-20th June 2019, Rochester, Minnesota, USA. 
 
The program will include national and international speakers who are experts in the field of precision dairy management, producer panels, industry updates, and latest research abstracts. 
 
The conference will also feature a talk on the largest robotic milking dairy system in the world. 
 
Click here to register for the event 

FEATURED TITLES 

Burleigh Dodds Crops Round Up 
20 May 2019 

TOP STORY 

 
Indian farmers are switching from farming cotton and pulses to farming soybeans due to an increase in demand and price for the crop. 
 
This switch could boost Indian exports of soymeal - an ingredient in animal feed - to Bangladesh, Japan, Vietnam and Iran. 
 
Discover our two-volume soybean collection here 
 
View our Roots, Tubers and Pulses collection here 
 
The 2019 Oil Palm Plantation Project was launched this week in Ghana. 
 
The Minister of Lands and Natural Resources - Mr Kwaku Asomah-Cheremeh - launched the project by planting over one million seedlings. 
 
The project aims to help the mining communities of Ghana reclaim lands. 
 
Read more on the Oil Palm Plantation Project here 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

Did you know that we have 12 books dedicated to Fruit, vegetables & nuts, including 8 brand new titles scheduled for publication this year? 
 
Discover the full collection here 

BOOK OF THE WEEK 

Integrated disease management of wheat and barley 
Key Features: 
 
• Reviews recent research on the main fungal diseases, their modes of infection and potential strategies for dealing with them 
• Summarises the range of techniques for breeding more resistant varieties 
• Assesses ways to manage fungicide resistance 
Exclusive newsletter offer for one week only: use discount code ROUNDUP1 at checkout for 25% discount off this title

CONFERENCES 

 
The International Symposium on Cereal Leaf Blights began yesterday in Dublin, Ireland. 
 
Seven keynote speakers will hold talks in which they will share their work and views across the following topics: 
 
• Evolution & Population Biology 
• Cultural Management, Fungicide Resistance and Epidemology 
• Pathogen Functional Genetics and Genomics 
• Host-Pathogen Interactions 
• Host Genetics and Resistance Breeding 
• Secondary Metabolism and Physiology 
• Special Topics 
 
View the full speaker list here 
 
The 7th Plant Genomics & Gene Editing Congress: Europe also kicked off yesterday in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. 
 
We are extremely delighted to have information on our forthcoming publication Advances in breeding techniques for cereal crops available from the conference. 
 
Click here to access the full Table of Contents. 

FEATURED TITLES 

Burleigh Dodds Livestock Round Up 
13 May 2019 

TOP STORY 

Alltech and Nottingham Trent University, UK have joined forces to create a research team that will analyse the impact of different forms of minerals on phytase in poultry diets. 
 
The study will begin with the team assessing the gap between phosphorus supply and requirement. 
 
Read the full article here 
 
Discover Achieving sustainable production of poultry meat - Volume 2 for more information on poultry nutrition. 
In recent news, Hong Kong has reported its first outbreak of African Swine Fever (ASF). 
 
The virus was discovered after a routine check had been performed by an unnamed slaughterhouse. The World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) were made aware shortly after and pig imports have been temporarily suspended to avoid further spread. 
 
Read more on this developing story here 
 
Discover Achieving sustainable production of pig meat - Volume 3 for more information on pig health and welfare. 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

POULTRY NUTRITION 
 
Did you know that we have 13 chapters dedicated to poultry nutrition, including Markus Rodehutscord's Advances in understanding the role of phytate in phosphorus and calcium nutrition of poultry
 
Contact Us for further information on this chapter collection. 

BOOK OF THE WEEK 

Improving organic animal farming 
Key Features: 
 
• Reviews key challenges and solutions in improving the health and welfare 
• Addresses how organic livestock farming can build on smallholder systems 
• Includes case studies on improving organic farming across all major livestock types 
 
Exclusive newsletter offer for one week only: use discount code ROUNDUP at checkout for 25% discount off this title. 

CONFERENCES 

The 2nd International Conference on Precision Dairy Farming is scheduled to begin next month from 18-20th June 2019, Rochester, Minnesota, USA. 
 
We are delighted to have information on our title Precision agriculture for sustainability as well as our three-volume milk collection available at the event. 
 
For additional information click here 

FEATURED TITLES 

Burleigh Dodds Crops Round Up 
13 May 2019 

TOP STORY 

PESTS 

COCOA 

China's grain production at risk of being destroyed in 12 months due to armyworm resurgence. 
 
With the pest already having infected over 8500 hectares of grain crops, there is a growing fear that armyworm could eradicate China's entire crop. 
 
Read more here 
 
Discover Rice insect pests and their management for further discussion. 
Cocoa farmers from the Ivory Coast are hoping for rain to boost the quality of their crop. 
 
Whilst the region is well known for producing cocoa, there is growing concern that this year's April-September growing season will be cut short due to a lack of rainfall. 
 
Read more here 
 
Discover Achieving sustainable cultivation of cocoa for more information. 

EDITOR ANNOUNCEMENT 

 
We are extremely delighted to announce that Professor Ross Welch has agreed to edit our forthcoming collection Biofortification of crops for improved nutrition. 
 
Read more about Professor Welch here 

IN THE SPOTLIGHT 

SAFETY & QUALITY 
 
Did you know that we have 15 chapters dedicated to assessing the safety & quality of beverage & sugar crops, including Mary A. Egbuta's Mycotoxins in cocoa: causes, detection and control
 
Contact Us for more information on this chapter collection. 

BOOK OF THE WEEK 

Achieving sustainable cultivation of apples 
Key Features: 
 
• Detailed coverage of the latest research on plant physiology 
• Reviews current best practice in tree training, pruning and thinning operations 
• Discusses the range of fungal and viral diseases affecting apples 
Exclusive newsletter offer for one week only: use discount code ROUNDUP at checkout for 25% discount off this title. 

CONFERENCES 

 
The Third International Legume Society Conference is scheduled to begin next week and will run from 21-24th May 2019, Poznan, Poland. 
 
The conference will address: 
 
Legume quality and nutrition 
• Farming systems/agronomy 
• Abiotic and biotic stress responses 
• Legume genetics and genomics 
• New selection methods for plant breeding 
 
For further information check out the conference program 
 
The 4th World Congress on Agroforestry is scheduled to take place this week from 18-22nd May 2019, Montpellier, France. 
 
We are extremely delighted to have information on our forthcoming title Agroforestry for sustainable agriculture at the event. 
 
Roger Leakey and Christain Dupraz - authors from Agroforestry for sustainable agriculture - are attending the event as invited speakers. 
 
For a full list of speakers click here 

FEATURED TITLES 

Burleigh Dodds Livestock Round Up 
6 May 2019 

TOP STORY 

 
The 2nd International Conference on Precision Dairy Farming will be held at Mayo Civic Center in Rochester, Minnesota, USA on 18-19th June 2019. 
 
One of our authors - Marcia Endres - is the Program Chair and will be attending the event. Marcia is a contributing author to our forthcoming title Robotics and automation for improving agriculture. 
 
For more information on Marcia's chapter click here 

NATIONAL EGG MONTH 

 
May is officially #NationalEggMonth! 
 
To celebrate, we're offering our readers a FREE chapter download of The nutritional role of eggs Tia M. Rains and Mitch Kanter, Egg Nutrition Centre, USA, taken from our title Achieving sustainable production of eggs - Volume 1. 
 
Click here to access the chapter. 
 
More information on the title can be found here  

IN THE NEWS 

 
Teagasc advises dairy farmers to breed more beef cattle amid growing animal welfare concerns. 
 
Read the full story here 
 
Discover our dairy collection for more information on breeding, herd management and cattle welfare

CONFERENCES 

5th Global Dairy Congress Asia 2019
The 5th Global Dairy Congress is scheduled to take place from May 16-17th 2019, Jakarta, Indonesia. 
 
We are pleased to announce that Tarang Gupta, Managing Director/Executive Director of Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad will be speaking at the conference. He will be discussing the company's move towards the Malaysian dairy market as an attempt to capture the next growth wave. 
 
Read the full announcement here 

FEATURED & FORTHCOMING TITLES 

Burleigh Dodds Crops Round Up 
6 May 2019 

TOP STORY 

 
Rice husks can remove microcystin toxins from water. 
 
Scientists at The University of Toledo, Spain have made the resounding claim after completing a study into the uses of the inexpensive agricultural byproduct. 
 
Read the full story here 
 
Discover our rice titles here 

PHYSIOLOGY & BREEDING 

Did you know that we have over 141 individual chapters on the subject of physiology & breeding? 
 
Browse the full collection here 

CONFERENCES 

7th Plant Genomics & Gene Editing Congress
The 7th Plant Genomics and Gene Editing Congress: Europe is scheduled to take place from 21-22nd May 2019, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. 
 
The meeting aims to provide delegates with the ability to: 
 
• Discover how research institutions and agri-biotech are using gene editing technologies like CRISPR to advance research. 
• Apply successful bioinformatic strategies to help overcome plant phenotyping challenges. 
• Gather the latest insights on the role of plant and soil microbiomes 
 
For more information on this conference click here 
The International Symposium on Cereal Leaf Blights is scheduled to take place from 22-24th May 2019, Dublin, Ireland
 
Editor of Integrated disease management of wheat and barley, Richard Oliver is attending the conference as a keynote speaker and will focus on secondary metabolism and physiology in cereal crops. 
 
For a full list of keynote speakers click here 

FEATURED & FORTHCOMING TITLES 

Burleigh Dodds Livestock Round Up 
29 April 2019 

TOP STORY 

 
Researchers claim that optimising rumen function can help sustain milk fat concentrations in cows suffering from heat stress. 
 
Dairy cows suffering with heat stress often produce milk with lower levels of fat which can be costly for producers in an already challenging market. 
 
 
Discover our title Achieving sustainable production of milk - Volume 3 for more details on optimisation in dairy cattle. 

FREE CHAPTER DOWNLOAD 

 
We are offering our readers a FREE chapter download of 'The rumen microbiota and its role in dairy cow production and health', Anusha Bulumulla, Mi Zhou and Le Luo Guan, University of Alberta, Canada, taken from our title Achieving sustainable production of milk - Volume 3. 
 
Click here to access the chapter. 
 
More information on the title can be found here

CONFERENCES 

The European Animal Microbiome Congress is due to take place on 9-10th July 2019, London, UK. 
 
The congress brings together leading veterinary researchers, innovative biotechnology companies, feed and strain manufacturers, animal breeders and producers, animal pharmaceutical companies, regulatory bodies, and cutting-edge solution providers to showcase the latest commercially viable research focusing on manipulating the animal microbiome, form successful product development strategies, and facilitate collaborations and business partnering. 
 
 
Visit the website for more details 
 
More information on our poultry titles will be available at the event. 

FEATURED & FORTHCOMING TITLES 

Burleigh Dodds Livestock Round Up 
29 April 2019 

TOP STORY 

 
According to new research, adding sulphur to fertiliser has the potential to improve wheat yields. 
 
Researchers at Kansas State University have made the resounding claim and stated that a sulphur deficiency can lead to yield losses and ultimately affect the quality of wheat. 
 
To read the full article, click here 
 

CONFERENCES 

 
The 3rd International Legume Society Conference is scheduled to to take place from 21-24th May, Poznan, Poland. 
 
The conference will address legume quality and nutrition, farming systems/agronomy, abiotic and biotic stress responses, legume genetics and genomics and new selection methods for plant breeding. 
 
Diego Rubiales - contributing author to Achieving sustainable cultivation of grain legumes - Volume 1 and Michael Abberton - contributing author to Achieving sustainable of cassava - Volume 1 - are speaking at the event. 
 

FREE CHAPTER DOWNLOAD 

 
We are offering our readers a FREE chapter download of 'Genetic resources for cassava breeding', Michael Abberton, IITA, Nigeria, taken from our title Achieving sustainable cultivation of Cassava - Volume 1
 
Click here to access the chapter. 
 
More information on the title can be found here

FEATURED & FORTHCOMING TITLES 

Burleigh Dodds Livestock Round Up 
22 April 2019 

TOP STORY 

 
The 2nd International Conference on Precision Dairy Farming is scheduled to take place from 18-20th June 2019, Rochester, Minnesota, USA. 
 
The meeting will focus on dairy digital trends in the industry, including a discussion on the largest robotic milking dairy system in the US and the use of technology for dairy cow health monitoring
 
Marcia Endres, chapter-author of Advances in robotic milking from our forthcoming title, Robotics and automation for improving agriculture, is attending. 
 

IN THE NEWS 

 
New figures published by the Financial Times suggest that China's pig population will shrink by a third due to the most recent outbreak of African swine fever (ASF). 
 
Adding further concern to this developing endemic,The Ministry of Agriculture stated last week "that a preliminary estimate forecasts pork prices to rise more than 70% year on year in the second half of 2019." 
 

CONFERENCES 

5th Global Dairy Congress Asia 2019
 
The 5th Global Dairy Congress Asia is scheduled to take place on 16-17th May 2019, Jakarta, Indonesia. 
 
The conference aims to: 
 
- Teach dairy investment and growth opportunities to 10+ Asian countries 
- Explore Asian dairy preference trends and brand glocalization strategies 
- Unveil new engagement potentials from farm to fork 
- Offer a special trade mission showcase platform to generate new growth 
- Offer ministry-nominated dairy farm visits and farm-site open workshops 
- Offer unlimited networking opportunities with 150+ participants from regional and international dairy communities. 
 
We're pleased to announce Anindya Dasgupta, Chief Marketing/Sales Officer and Board Member at Fonterra, as a guest speaker at the conference. He will speak at the following session: 'Explore New Growth Potentials in Asian Countries'. 

FEATURED & FORTHCOMING TITLES 

Burleigh Dodds Crops Round Up 
22 April 2019 

TOP STORY  

 
The International Symposium on Cereal Leaf Blights is scheduled to take place from 22-24th May, 2019, Dublin, Ireland. 
 
The symposium aims to bring together the whole research community with an interest in a wide variety of issues around cereal leaf blights. 
 
Seven keynote speakers will speak at the event - including Prof. Richard Oliver, editor of Integrated disease management of wheat and barley
 

IN THE NEWS 

 
According to an article written in Daily Nation, technology can help farmers improve their post-harvest management, in turn minimising food losses by 15% by 2022. 
 
Each year, farmers lose just over a third of their produce through a combination of poor post-harvest management and storage. 
 
 

CEREAL TITLES 

Did you know that we have 12 titles dedicated to cereals available to purchase from our website? 
 

CONFERENCES 

7th Plant Genomics and Gene Editing Congress
The 7th Plant Genomics and Gene Editing Congress is scheduled to take place from 21st-22nd May 2019, Rotterdam, The Netherlands and is expecting over 300 delegates. 
 
The meeting offers delegates the opportunity to access 50 presentations from across five different tracks, as well as discovering how novel gene-editing technologies, CRISPR and other 'omics' technologies can be applied to research. 
 
Tim Mauchline - keynote speaker at the conference - will be discussing the influence of soil microbial communities in plant health, growth and resource use efficiency. 
 

FEATURED & FORTHCOMING TITLES 

Burleigh Dodds Livestock Round Up 
15 April 2019 

TOP STORY 

According to an article published this week in Dairy Global, optimising the post-freshening period for dairy cows should be a priority for all dairy farmers. 
 
Researchers claim that extra attention should be given to nutrient requirements and feed intake during the dairy cow's transition period. 
 
For a more detailed exploration into the ways of optimising dairy cattle nutrition, purchase our title Achieving sustainable production of milk - Volume 3
 

CONFERENCES 

 
The Egg Industry Issues Forum 2019 is scheduled to take place from 16-17th April 2019, Kansas City, Missouri, USA. 
 
The event is held annually with the intention of updating and increasing producer and industry awareness on the latest developments and issues within the US egg industry. 
 
 
The 5th Global Dairy Congress Asia is scheduled to take place on 16-17th May 2019, Jakarta, Indonesia. 
 
The event will focus on the progress of Middle Eastern and North African Dairy projects, as well as updating its delegates with current issues and challenges faced by the livestock community. 
 
Mr Dato' Paduka Hamie Appala Nakkiah, Managing Director of Malaysian Dairy Corporation, will be giving a keynote speech on Milk Quality and Supply Chain Special Focus
 
For more information on Mr Nakkiah's keynote speech click here 

BIOFACH INTERNATIONAL BIO-FOOD AND BIO-COMMODITY TRADE FAIR 2019 

 
Event organisers - Ӧmki Research - invited policy representatives to discuss the current state of the eco-economy in Central and Eastern European countries. 
 
For a review of the conference, visit their website 

FEATURED & FORTHCOMING TITLES 

Burleigh Dodds Crops Round Up 
15 April 2019 

TOP STORY  

 
A recent study has projected that climate change has the potential to reduce the size of Brazil's maize yields by up to 60% by 2070. 
 
However, Minella Martins, agricultural engineer at Brazil's National Center for Monitoring and Early Warning of Natural Disasters, believes that the situation can be handled with the implementation of irrigation during dryer periods. 
 
For more information on irrigation techniques, check out our title Water management for sustainable agriculture 
 

CONFERENCES 

 
This established meeting has a reputation for delivering exceptional networking and learning experiences for everyone working in plant science. As well as access to 50 presentations across five tracks, this congress offers delegates the opportunity to: 
 
• Discover how research institutions and agri-biotech are using gene editing technologies to advance their research 
• Apply successful bioinformatic strategies to overcome plant phenotyping challenges 
• Get the latest insights on the role of plant and soil microbiomes 
• Discover what the EJC ruling means for you, and assess the implications of Brexit on the regulatory environment 
• Build on existing partnerships and create new collaborations across industry & academia 
 
To view the agenda and register, visit http://www.global-engage.com/event/plant-genomics/ 
The International Legume Society and the Institute of Plant Genetics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznan, Poland cordially invite you to join them at the Third International Legume Society Conference. 
 
The event is scheduled to take place from 21-24th May, Poland. 
 
The conference will address the following themes: legume quality and nutrition, farming systems/agronomy, abiotic and biotic stress responses, legume genetics and genomics, new selection methods for plant breeding. 

BIOFACH INTERNATIONAL BIO-FOOD AND BIO-COMMODITY TRADE FAIR 2019 

 
Event organisers - Ӧmki Research - invited policy representatives to discuss the current state of the eco-economy in Central and Eastern European countries. 
 
For a review of the conference, visit their website 

FEATURED & FORTHCOMING TITLES 

Burleigh Dodds Livestock Round Up 
8 April 2019 

TOP STORY 

 
Set up in 2018, the OK-Net EcoFeed project is changing the way many European poultry farmers source cost-effective organic feed. 
 
With partners in 11 European countries, the project - funded by the EU Horizon 2020 programme - is encouraging farmers to explore alternative protein sources, as well as emphasising the need to source feed regionally. 
 

CONFERENCES 

The BSAS Annual Conference 2019 begins today! The conference will host a variety of world-renowned keynote speakers, all of whom will discuss 'How Animal Science can be Fit for the Future'. 
 
We are pleased to confirm that our Editorial Director, Francis Dodds, is attending the conference. For more information on our published and forthcoming livestock titles, please feel free to approach Francis, or alternatively, click here

EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNT 

 
Are you an IFOAM member? If so, are you aware that for a limited time, you have access to a discount code awarding you 20% off orders of any of our livestock titles? 
 
To access this exclusive discount code, please refer to your latest IFOAM members-only newsletter or members-only web portal. 
 
If you aren't currently a member of IFOAM and wish to join, please click here where you will find more details on how to join, as well as the benefits of joining. 

FEATURED & FORTHCOMING TITLES 

Burleigh Dodds Crops Round Up 
8 April 2019 

TOP STORY  

 
Recent archaeological and genetic evidence suggests that sorghum experienced a steady decline in genetic diversity, in comparison to other cereal crops that experience a drastic decline. 
 
A team of scientists from the UK, Denmark, Australia, Egypt and the US have made the claim after comparing DNA from modern wild domesticated sorghum with wild sorghum recovered from an archaeological site in Egypt. 
 

CONFERENCES 

 
The International Symposium on Cereal Leaf Blights is due to take place in Dublin, Ireland from 22 to 24 May 2019. 
 
The symposium aims to bring together the whole research community - not just in academia but also in research centres and institutes and across government and agency organisations - with an interest in a wide variety of issues around cereal leaf blights. 
 
For more information, please visit their website 
 
The 21st Entomological Society of Southern Africa (ESSA) Congress is scheduled to take place in Durban, South Africa and will run from 8th - 11th July 2019. 
 
The conference will focus on new techniques established in the field that assist in the studying of interactions between entomological species and crops. 
 
For information on our Pests & Diseases collection, click here

FEATURED & FORTHCOMING TITLES 

Burleigh Dodds Livestock Round Up 
1 April 2019 

TOP STORY 

 
The 6th IHSIG Conference on Poultry Intestinal Health begins this week. Dr Steven Ricke, editor of the first volume from our poultry meat collection, is attending. 
 
More information on our published poultry titles will be available at the conference, as well as further details on Dr Ricke's forthcoming publication with Burleigh Dodds Science Publishing, Improving gut health in poultry
 

CONFERENCES 

Two important European conferences are taking place over the next two weeks. 
 
The Dairy Innovation Summit is due to take place in Amsterdam, Netherlands on 3rd April 2019. The conference provides attendees with the opportunity to hear from leading industry professionals and experts on key innovation practices within the sector. 
 
As well as receiving more information on our dairy collection, delegates will receive an exclusive discount code, available to use in our online bookshop
 
The BSAS Annual Conference 2019 is scheduled to begin next week in Edinburgh, UK. Key issues within the sector - including the challenge posed by antimicrobial resistance in livestock - will form the basis of the conference proceedings. 
 
Our Editorial Director, Francis Dodds, is attending the event where the full range of our livestock titles will be on display. 

IN THE NEWS 

A recent investigation has discovered that antibiotics are still being used in UK poultry farming. 
 
Despite the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs' launch of the Antimicrobial Resistance Strategy in 2013, BBC Countryfile have reported that in 2017 alone, 281 tonnes of ionophores were sold in the UK. 
 
The role of feed additives - such as ionophores - in gut health modulation is discussed in the final chapter of our forthcoming title, Improving gut health in poultry, edited by Dr Steven Ricke
 

FEATURED & FORTHCOMING TITLES 

Burleigh Dodds Crops Round Up 
1 April 2019 

TOP STORY  

 
Aflatoxin is a continuous threat to cereal crops - primarily maize - throughout Kenya. With over 2.3 million bags of maize declared unfit for human consumption by the World Food Programme since 2010, Dr Charity Mutegi of IITA is at the forefront of a team developing a new product to combat aflatoxin infection. 
 

CONFERENCES 

 
The Agritech and Climate Smart Agriculture Conference is scheduled to take place this week in Prague, Czech Republic, on 4th & 5th April 2019. The conference acts as a central hub and meeting place for manufacturers, researchers, academics and other industry professionals who wish to share their knowledge and experience in the agricultural farming process and industry. 
 
Information on our title Precision agriculture for sustainability will be available at the conference. 
 

PESTS & DISEASES 

Did you know we have 148 pests and diseases chapters on the website available to purchase? 
 
Contact us if you are interested in purchasing this bespoke collection. 

FEATURED & FORTHCOMING TITLES 

 
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