52nd International Scientific Conference for young scientists, agrochemists and ecologists "Agroecological and economic aspects of using agrochemicals under conditions of biologization and ecologization of agricultural production"

Country: Russian Federation

City: Moscow

Abstr. due: 20.09.2018

Dates: 24.10.18 — 25.10.18

Area Of Sciences: Ecology; Chemistry; Biology; Agricultural;

Address: Pryanishnikova ul. 31А, 127550 Moscow, Russia

Organizing comittee e-mail: vniiasekr@yandex.ru

Organizers: Federal State Budget Scientific Institution «All-Russian Scientific-Research Institute of Agricultural Chemistry named by D.N. Pryanishnikov»

Conference fees and accomodation: Participation and publication of articles are free. Accommodation is paid by the conference participants. Organization Committee can help you to choose accomodation.

 

The conference devoted to the problems of the application of agrochemicals under conditions of biologization and ecologization of agricultural production. Our conference is also dedicated to the 200th anniversary of Yaroslav A. Linovskiy. The event will be conducted in accordance with the "List of scientific events held by organizations subordinate to FASO of Russia in 2018" in order to attract public attention to the issues of the need to develop and implement in practice principles of environmentally sound management of agriculture based on rational use of land resources.

In the 21st century, the main criteria of human economic activity became the principle of environmental expediency. In the sphere of agricultural production it means the development of technologies that ensure the production of environmentally safe products, which contain a specific set of substances and compounds inherent for this products only, set that doesn’t make any effect on the human and animal health and the environment, caused by the accumulation of pollutants of natural or anthropogenic origin.

Since 2015, food security has been proclaimed in Russia as one of the key areas for ensuring the country's security, a factor in maintaining its statehood and sovereignty, a prerequisite for the implementation of the strategic national priority – improving the quality of Russian citizen’s life by guaranteeing high standards of livelihood. To date, one of the most effective tools for solving aforementioned set of tasks is providing the population with high-quality, safe and healthy food. This goal can be accomplished by the different approaches, including organic farming.

At the conference, it is planned to consider the issues of ensuring food security through obtaining environmentally friendly products; to investigate the connection between quality of crops and different approaches to plant nutrition, soil fertility, use of fertilizers and other agrochemicals. Other topic of the event is considerations about influence of local, regional and global levels of anthropogenic and natural factors on agroecosystems and environmental limits of well-being provision.

Articles and application form (example in File attachments ) have to be sent before the 20th of September 2018 with confirmation of the participation and surname of the speaker.

 The authors of published articles cannot be doctors of sciences (in the text or under the text a reference is allowed "work was conducted under the leadership or with the participation of ..." with the indication of the academic degree and title).

Articles will be published in the author's edition, in this regard, the authors are responsible for the style, reliability and content of the material presented. The Organizing Committee reserves the right to sort the publications.

The program of conference will be formed on the basis of submitted articles and application forms. It is also planned to arrange a part of reports and speeches via on-line video conference.

If you can’t arrival conference, please, inform the Organizing Committee as soon as possible.

We will be glad to see you in Pryanishnikov Institute of Agrochemistry!

Conference Web-Site: http://www.vniia-pr.ru/news/25oct18.htm