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AGRO, a Division of the American Chemical Society, brings together a worldwide community of scientists and stakeholders to advance knowledge and promote innovative solutions for the protection of agricultural productivity, public health, and environment.

 

AGRO Call for Papers For Fall Meeting Now Open!

Deadline for Abstracts is April 12

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For Questions
Contact AGRO Program Chair, Qing Li (qingl@hawaii.edu)

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2021 ACS Fall National Meeting, 22 to 26 August 2021, Atlanta

AGRO invites you to participate in the ACS Fall National Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia on August 22-26, 2021. The theme of this ACS Meeting is "Resilience of Chemistry". The format of the AGRO program will be virtual. Abstract submission is now open. Please submit your abstract by the deadline of April 12. Link to submit your abstract The 2021 AGRO Program Chair is Dr. Qing Li (qingl@hawaii.edu). Please contact Qing if you have questions on the program.  

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Webinars

Fitting Sustainable Agriculture into the Global Environment

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Leveraging the Insect and Fruit Microbiomes to Control An Invasive Fruit Fly

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Communicating Pesticide Food Safety Issues to the Public

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Incorporating the Benefits of Vegetative Filter Strips into Risk Assessment and Risk Management of Pesticides

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