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Senior Figures in Crop Technology Sector Gather at Global Conference
Date:11/1/2012

LONDON, November 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

Senior executives from leading bio-science and food production industries around the world are gathering at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London, on the 6th - 7th November for the CropWorld Global 2012 conference and exhibition.

The theme of this year's conference is "sustainable intensification", in which speakers will be addressing the issues surrounding the growing demand for food in an environment of limited resources by using science and technology in a sustainable way.

The exhibition provides an opportunity for the industry to review, display and discuss new products and business opportunities.  There are more than 70 exhibitors including agrochemical manufacturers and distributors, biotech companies, universities and research and manufacturing organisations from around the world.

This year's exhibitors include Batelle UK Ltd, Omex Agrifluids, Elsevier, Syngenta, Adelphi Masterfil, Taminco, Food Security Hub @ Leeds, Fix-a-form international and The Genome Analysis Centre.

Prizes will be awarded in a poster competition that can be seen at the conference and the exhibition. This has attracted entries from post graduates at a number of UK and international universities, on subjects covering the use of biocontrol agents, methods of yield increase, greenhouse gas emission and the use of herbicides.

At the conference a keynote address on improving sustainability in US agriculture will be given by Keith Kemp, Director of the United Soybean Board. Presentations on the theme of sustainable agriculture will be given by Juan Ferriera, of Monsanto, Jan-Kees Vis, of Unilever, Egil Hogna, of Yara International and Ignacio Dominguez, of Makhteshim Agan Industries.

Further presentations will be given by NFU President Peter Kendall, Dr Trevor Nicholls, of CABI, Dr Pedro Machado, Director General of Embrapa Rice and Beans, John Reifsteck, o
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