International Association for the Optimization of Plant Nutrition (IAOPN)
Association internationale pour l'optimisation de la nutrition des plantes (AIONP)
18 Jan 1983, to make permanent the series International Colloquia on the Control of the Nutrition of Cultivated Plants -- Colloques internationaux sur le contrôle de l'alimentation des plantes which had been held every 4 years since 1964. Ceased to exist, 2001, when merged into E-XD4686 - International Plant Nutrition Council (IPNC).
Promote, develop and disseminate methods and techniques that can be used for monitoring plant nutrition, so as to optimize plant production quantitatively and qualitatively, taking account of the potentialities and constraints inherent in each situation; encourage cooperation in the field.
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General Assembly (every 4 years, at Colloquium). Standing Committee. Officers: President; Vice-President; Treasurer; Permanent Secretary.
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