CMI partner for the « 3rd Agriculture and Climate Change Conference » in Hungary

From March 24 to 26, the 3rd Agriculture and Climate Change Conference took place in Budapest, Hungary. International scientific researchers presented their works focusing on the impact of climate change on crop production and proposed solutions to maintain and increase crop productivity in this new context.

Our project managers from the CMI Roullier: Mustapha Arkoun, Nitrogen Expert, and Seyed Abdullah Hosseini, Potassium Expert, presented their scientific results on the effects of abiotic stresses on plant nutrition.

In front of more than 500 participants from all over the world (Europa, USA, China…) researchers mainly focused on prediction of climate change by modelling approach (worldwide data analysis).

Our two CMI’s senior innovation scientists were the only ones to focus on the role of mineral nutrition.

With their presentations, they demonstrated its impact on soil fertility and on soil water holding capacity. They showed that crop fertilization management is a prerequisite for an efficient water management under climate change.

That’s why CMI Roullier is investing a lot on improving crop nutrition under climate stresses.

The CMI Roullier, as Silver sponsor, appears on the website and the web application dedicated to this event.

https://www.elsevier.com/events/conferences/agriculture-and-climate-change-conference

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From March 24 to 26, the 3rd Agriculture and Climate Change Conference took place in Budapest, Hungary. International scientific researchers presented their works focusing on the impact of climate change on crop production and proposed solutions to maintain and increase crop productivity in this new context.