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Restructuring the crop production for the future.

The Indian agrochemical industry is facing significant challenges when it comes to crop production and protection, recently around 18 pesticides were banned in India. The hurdles in meeting domestic and international registration requirements, the environmental impact of fertilizers and pesticides, improving the operator safety during application and increasing the use of biotech crops to ensure food security are on top priority challenges today.

The "Future of Crop Production 2018" showcases transforming action towards the evolution of agrochemical and seed industry with innovative solutions. Having the top minds coming under one roof to share and discuss how these issues can be solved using the latest solutions.

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Key themes to be addressed, but not limited to:

Upcoming trends in Crop Production

Understanding regulatory requirement for new product registration

Tackling challenges faced by agrochemical and seed industry

Redeveloping your strategies to market your product among farmers

Improving Seeds to meet Future challenges.

Who Should Attend Future of Crop Production?

Directors, CEOs, VPs, Agrochemical formulators, Quality Assurance- Lead, Technology development-Lead Suppliers, Heads of Departments of:


Product Development




Research & Development


Regulatory Affairs


Business Development


Policy Development of Crop, Agrochemical and Pesticide Industries