International Secretariat for Research on the History of Agrarian and Food Technology
Secrétariat international de recherches sur l'histoire de l'outillage agricole et alimentation
1954 Copenhagen Denmark
1954, Copenhagen (Denmark), at First International Congress on the Study of Ploughing Implements, under the title of International Secretariat for Research on the History of Agricultural Implements. Current title adopted 1994. Ceased to operate 2000.
Serve as a network for researchers working from different approaches on the history and development of agricultural implements, fields systems, cultivation, cropping and food preparation technology, in different parts of the world and as actual practice, through written theories or in environmental and experimental scenarios.
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