This comprehensive two-day congress, featuring over 60 presentations across six tracks, will provide experts with an exceptional environment in which to explore how plant and soil microbiome research is identifying microbes to enhance crop productivity and disease resistance. Expert entomologists will describe the best strategies for biological control. Plus, case studies across the two days will cover biopesticide and biostimulant use for increasing crop yield, improving soil health & nutrient uptake, and efficient water use.
Roundtable discussions, led by experts, will enable a deeper investigation of subjects that include: the regulatory landscape of biological product development and product formulation to name just two.
As in previous years, the meeting is co-located with the 7th Plant Genomics & Gene Editing Congress.
Join us in Raleigh-Durham on November 4 & 5, 2019.
Download the agenda here.