International Allelopathy Society (IAS)
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1994-09-05 Delhi India
5 Sep 1994, Delhi (India).
Provide a scientific organization for scientists working in allelopathy and related disciplines worldwide, strengthen the bonds between them and promote exchange of ideas, knowledge and experience related to allelopathic science; help apply allelopathic research in practice to increase crop productivity, develop sustainable agriculture by natural or organic farming and reduce environmental pollution; encourage basic/fundamental research in understanding the mechanisms of allelopathy with ecological relevance; encourage national and international research projects and research teams and facilitate exchange of scientists between countries.
Events2020-11-15 | Canberra, Australia – World Congress
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General Meeting (every 3 years). Executive Council (meets at least every 3 years) comprising President, Immediate Past President, President-Elect, Vice-Presidents (6, one each from Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America, South America), Programme Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer and Editor. Country Coordinators.
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