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The biggest ever Bio-Agri conference in India will be held in Hyderabad on 28th and 29th October

Hyderabad, October 20, 2021: BIOAGRI-2021, the biggest ever Bio-Agri Conference in India will be held in Hyderabad at Westin, Madhapur on October 28 and 29th

Disclosing this in a press conference held in Hotel Taj Vivanta, Begumpet, Dr. KRK Reddy, President;  Dr. Venkatesh Devanur, Secretary; Vice Presidents P. Laxminarayana, and Dr. John Peter; Dr. Sudha Reddy, Joint Secretary ; Treasurers Ch. V. Srinivas and Ravi Kumar Pabbathi and Mr. Raj Agarwal, Executive Director, the officer bearers of  of  BIPA–Bio Agri Producers Association  said the theme of the conference will be Bio Innovations for Regenerative Agriculture.

It will be organised by BIPA, the first Bio input association in India established in the year 2003. It is a futuristic body to help agriculture sustain in future. It is a pioneering association. It is created to promote biological agriculture in India.  It has been constantly interacting with the regulatory body for better future of Indian Agriculture. 

According to them the two day Bio Agri 2021 conference will focus on the innovations, services, and delivery systems to use and implement to bring back life to the soils, biodiversity restoration which will lead to regenerative and sustainable agriculture.

The conference will deliver  upon Biological Crop Nutrition – Current Status and Way Forward; Biological Crop Protection – Emerging Trends; Predators, Parasites and Pollinators for better Crop Protection; Pheromones / Semi chemicals for innovative Crop Protection and Regulatory, Industry – Academia Interface and BioAg business opportunities.

Great Leaders from BioAgri sector will be participating in the conference . 250 plus agri experts, leaders from across India are expected to participate. 

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