IPM Conference 2024 – pre-registration open! Holistic IPM: Reducing Pesticide Use

Brussels , Belgium

IPMWORKS is an EU-wide network of farmers and advisers engaged in the reduction of pesticide use and the demonstration that it is feasible and cost-effective, when the five pillars of IPM are combined at the farm level. The pan-European IPM Decisions platform provides farmers and advisers with easy access to Decision Support Systems for avoiding unnecessary pesticide treatments. The IPM Conference 2024 will provide a forum for stakeholders involved in the development of IPM, including: farmers, advisory services, retailers, agro-industries, researchers, decision support developers and policy makers.

International Congress on Sustainable Agriculture, Biological & Environmental Sciences ASABES

Porto Bello Hotel Resort & Spa Antalya, Turkey

This conference provides opportunities for the delegates to share new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration. All the submitted conference papers will be peer reviewed by the program/technical committees of the Conference. 

Biopesticides Europe 2024

Hotel SB Icària Av. d'Icària, 195, 196, Sant Martí, Barcelona, Spain

Biopesticides represent a revolution in pest management. Unlike traditional chemical pesticides, these natural alternatives harness the power of biology such as plants, animals, bacteria, and fungi to protect crops, safeguard ecosystems, and ensure a healthier future. ACI’s Biopesticides Europe 2024 conference will be taking place on the 5th & 6th of June 2024 in Barcelona, Spain. The two-day event will bring together industry leaders, researchers, innovators, and stakeholders from around the world and aims to explore the exciting advancements, challenges, and opportunities shaping the Biopesticide industry.

miCROPe 2024 – Interational Symposium

Orangerie + Apothekertrakt Schönbrunner Schloßstraße 47, Vienna, Austria

miCROPe 2024 aims to provide interesting content to scientists in academia as well as in industry and to facilitate joint discussions. Scientific sessions will address different functions of microorganisms in crop production, ranging from biocontrol to nutrition and stress resilience.