1st International Congress of the Turkish Journal of Agriculture - Food Science and Technology

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TURJAF, Agriculture, Food, Congress

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"I. International Journal of Agriculture - Food Science and Technology (TURJAF) ”was held in Antalya / Turkey between 08 and 10, November, 2019 with the participation of scientists working in agriculture and related disciplines to share scientific knowledge, to propose scientific solutions to international problems by international cooperations, and to establish the scientific outcomes that will benefit mankind by using economic international resources.


Congress participants came all the way from 12 different countries including Turkey, Pakistan, Iraq, Iran, Romania, Spain, Hungary, Japan, Uganda, Azerbaijan, Poland and Bangladesh. Approximately 232 papers were presented, including 200 oral presentations and 32 poster presentations. Invited speakers shared their scientific knowledge joining from 6 countries including Pakistan, Uganda, Hungary, Poland , Romania and Turkey.


The following topics were discussed by the participants in the Congress: original and advanced technologies related to agriculture and natural life, animal and crop production, aquaculture, food science and technologies, agricultural technologies, soil science, sustainable agriculture systems, agricultural economics, genetics, biology, agricultural ecology, landscape architecture and agricultural environment.


Congress organization secreteriat has undertaken important tasks during the organization of the congess and proper continuation of it. Ast. Prof. Mustafa Duman, Ast. Prof. Emre Aksoy, Ast. Prof. Burak Şen and Mustafa Özcan from the CNS Congress Organizations Ltd. undertook the congress organization.


We are grateful to all our stakeholders who have supported us for the successful realization of our Congress and to all the scientists who supported us by participating with their presentations.

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