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World Congress on Regenerative: Agriculture, Dairy, Poultry, and Fisheries 2018
About the conference: STAR Conferences ADPF-2018 will provide the opportunity for exposure to a wide and comprehensive knowledge-base of the latest developments pertaining to Regenerative: Agriculture, Dairy, Poultry, and Fisheries.
ADPF-2018 prestigious event will provide a comprehensive range of new agricultural technologies and innovations, with the focus on sustainability, as well as bring together players in the Agriculture, Dairy, Poultry, and Fisheries industry to do business face-to-face.
It also provides the premier interdisciplinary forum for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the field of Regenerative Agriculture Agriculture, Dairy, Poultry, and Fisheries.
Benefits of attending:
Learn about the latest international research in Agriculture, Dairy, Poultry, & Fisheries and discover how these disruptive game-changing technologies are being adopted by industry.Find out about the potential impacts on Agriculture, Dairy, Poultry, & Fisheries and their biodiversity and how it can reduce energy usage and costs.Be a part of the networking and discussion platform with international participants who are actively involved in research and development.
BRIEF MARKET SURVEY:
The main driver of global agricultural commodity demand over the next decade will be population growth in developing countries.
The world’s population is projected to rise from 7.4 bln in 2016 to 8.1 bln in 2025, with 95% of this increase occurring in developing countries. By 2025, there will be 6.7 bln people living in developing countries and 1.4 bln in developed countries.
This means that between 2005 and 2025 the population in the developing countries will have expanded by an amount that equals the entire population in developed countries