Soil Science Conference of Malaysia (SOILS 2020) – postponed
April 7 - April 9
YBhg. Datuk / Prof. / Dr. / Sir / Madam,
POSTPONEMENT OF SOILS 2020
This is to announce that the Soil Science Conference of Malaysia 2020 (SOILS 2020), initially scheduled on 7-9 April 2020, has to be postponed.
This decision was made in consideration of the health and safety of speakers, sponsors, exhibitors, participants and visitors in view of the evolving COVID-19 situation. A recent post from Ministry of Health, Malaysia on 11 March 2020 has urged all parties to postpone any mass gathering as WHO declared the coronavirus outbreak as a global pandemic.
Our sincere apologies for any inconveniences caused due to the postponement. We wish to thank all speakers, sponsors, exhibitors and participants for your support towards the event. We will keep you informed of a new date and look forward to your continuous support. Should you have any queries, kindly contact the Secretariat for further details.
SOILS 2020 Organising Committee
FRIM in collaboration with Malaysian Society of Soil Science (MSSS) will organise Soil Science Conference of Malaysia ( SOILS 2020) on 7-9 April 2020 at Holiday Villa Johor Bahru City Centre, Johor.
The conference themed, “Soil management towards plant productivity and environmental sustainability”, focuses on soil genesis, classification and mapping, soil fertility and plant nutrition, soil biodiversity and ecology, soils in forest landscape, soil sustainability and remediation in degraded environments, and soils in the Anthropocene.
Researchers, agronomist, academicians, students and industry players are invited to present their latest research findings or join discussions as well as build strategic networks to further enhance the field of soil management.
- To provide a forum for discussion, exchange of ideas and information on the latest R&D on soil management and environmental sustainability.
- To promote the study of soil science and to create public awareness on the importance of soil conversation within the context of sustainable land management.
- To review areas of soil study relevant for national development.
- To provide opportunities for agricultural stakeholders such as soil scientist, agronomists, planters and agro-based entrepreneurs to share knowledge, ideas, to identify and update emerging issues, and to network with one another in plantation production without compromising the soil ecosystem.
31 January 2020 : Deadline for early bird registration and extended abstract submission.
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