ISOFAR - News
Feb 14, 2014
'Science Day' of Biofach 2014
Venue Room Mailand, CNN Mitte, NuernbergMesse, Messezentrum, 9-17 h
Jul 30 to 31, 2014
Announcement of the Symposium 'Organic Agriculture - clues for weed prevention and control' in Vigo
International Symposium at Universida de Vigo, Spain
Oct 13 to 15, 2014
First announcement of the 18th OWC 'Building Organic Bridges' in Istanbul, the scientific track of which will be organised by ISOFAR, strategic partner of IFOAM. You are invited to submit papers for the following sections:
18th IFOAM Organic World Congress in Istanbul, Turkey
- Bridge knowledge and practice
- Bridge poor and rich
- Bridge gender and age
- Bridge old and new technology
Oct 9 to 13, 2013
4th International Conference on Organic Agriculture Sciences (ICOAS)
'Targeting Global Sustainability - Food Security, Biodiversity and Climate Change'
in Budapest and Eger, Hungary
Aug 21 to 23, 2013
NJF seminar 461, Organic farming systems, as a driver for change
Jun 5 to 7, 2013
2nd International Conference on Organic Food Quality and Health Research in Warsaw, Poland
May 14 to 16, 2013
ISOFAR / MOAN Symposium in Sousse, Tunisia
Crop Protection Management in Mediterranean Organic Agriculture> Call for Abstracts Background
Organic Agriculture has experienced a rapid expansion in recent years, with continued growth globally and in the Mediterranean region, where it offers sustainable development opportunities and initiatives.
Organic Farming aims for an efficient crop protection as a key indicator of sustainability which depends on the optimal integration and adaptation of the various system components.
Pests, diseases and weeds may become serious threats by causing great damages to the crops if appropriate control measures are not taken. The crop protection management is a critical issue in Organic Farming and is considered as one of the most challenging tasks that organic farmers are facing.
Given the specific conditions of arid and semi-arid regions and the production of more than one crop per year, the management of pest control in Mediterranean countries has to meet the specific conditions of the crops and improve crop protection over a longer period of time compared with conventional systems.