Food has become the biggest driver of environmental degradation. Food production can drive soils loss, increase droughts and floods and other major weather events which in turn lower the food production. Food system transformation is therefore necessary to achieve a sustainable food system and regenerative agriculture can play a significant role in this transformation.
The National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA), Thailand and IBG-2 Plant Sciences, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany will be hosting a webinar on “Microbiome Supporting Regenerative Agriculture” which aims to establish a better understanding in regenerative agriculture among stakeholders as well as to highlight an important role of technology such as microbiome and biocontrol in the global sustainable food system.
This webinar to be held as a side event of the Science Days for the UN Food Systems Summit 2021.
Date & Time
7th July 2021, 03:00 – 04:30 pm. (Bangkok Time)
- Food Systems Microbiomes – Improving Sustainability of Food Production.
- Industrial Perspectives on Regenerative Agriculture.
- Natural Plant Elicitor for Crop Protection.
- Comparative Metagenomics Reveals Microbial Signatures of Sugarcane Phyllosphere in Organic Management
- Microbes on ASEAN’s Agriculture and Food Production, Nutrition and Security.
- Thailand’s Pathway to Sustainable and Equitable Food System.
How to join?
- Click here to register or scan QR Code on the poster
*THIS SEMINAR IS FREE OF CHARGE*