Agricultural Chemistry

Agro-chemistry is also known as an agricultural chemistry, because it is a branch of chemistry research and development and the agricultural production division. Such studies denote the relation between the bacteria of plant animals and their climate. It involves the protection of crops from production and use. Agricultural chemistry's key goal is to expand understanding of the causes and consequences of biochemical reactions. A biochemist can use techniques with their knowledge of biochemistry to improve the production, protection, and utilization of livestock and crops. Some of the main aims of agricultural chemistry as a form of applied sciences are:

  • Growing crop and livestock yields
  • Improving Product Consistency
  • Reducing Product Cost

Sub-Tracks

  • Agricultural biotechnology
  • Technology and sustainable agriculture best practices
  • Climate change impacts, mitigation and adaptation
  • Renewable energy sources and sustainable agriculture
  • Greenhouses and horticulture
  • Agricultural machinery
  • Fertilisers and chemicals
  • Irrigation and water management
  • Nanotechnologies in agriculture
  • Livestock, dairy farming and small ruminants
  • Poultry farming
  • Aquaculture and fisheries

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