MICROBE-ASSISTED CROP PRODUCTION-
OPPORTUNITIES, CHALLENGES & NEEDS
DEC. 2 - 5, 2019
We cordially invite you to represent your company's brand in front of key industry professionals and scientists, who have a vested interest in your products and services, by becoming a symposium sponsor. Sponsorship at this international symposium will show our attendees your commitment to building industry and science relationships.
As in the past successful meeting years, miCROPe 2019 will address key issues related to the application of microbial products in crop production. It also encompasses aspects ranging from basic understanding to commercial application.
This symposium welcomes participants from academia and industry as well as from the public and farming sector, to discuss the latest developments and future opportunities in this field.
Detailed information on sponsor and exhibitor opportunities is available for download as PDF .
If you have further ideas for sponsorship or presentation of your company, please contact the congress office: firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Ionescu, Evogene Ltd.,Rehovot, IL:"The miCROPe symposium, which I attended twice (2015 and 2017), was very successful also this year and had proven again to provide a comprehensive interdisciplinary scientific review addressing aspects of beneficial plant-microbe interaction relevant for both academy and industry. It was a great place to hear scientists who are opinion-leaders and get an up-to-date picture of the current understanding of the field. To my opinion, the program was tailored nicely to allow the participants to identify scientific trends and challenges, get a sense of the potential of microbes as plant producers and learn about the practical considerations toward successful development of an application. In addition, as a scientist coming from the industry, I find miCROPe an excellent place where potential collaborators can be approached, technologies for licensing can be identified and I can communicate my perspective as an industry on the field."