International Society for Horticultural Science (ISHS)

Société internationale de la science horticole
Sociedad Internacional de la Ciencia Horticola
Internationale Gesellschaft für Gartenbauwissenschaften

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History

27 Apr 1959, Paris (France), replacing, according to resolutions adopted by Congresses in 1955, Scheveningen (Netherlands), and 1958, Nice (France), the International Committee for Horticultural Congresses, set up 19 Sep 1927, The Hague (Netherlands). Origins date back to 1864. Registered in accordance with Belgian law, 10 Aug 2000.

Aims

Promote and encourage research and education in all branches of horticultural science; facilitate cooperation and knowledge transfer on a global scale.

Future Events

2020 Rimini, Italy – International Strawberry Symposium

2019 Angers, France – Greensys : International Symposium on Advanced Technologies and Management for Innovative Greenhouses

Past Events(2)

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Activities

Organizes International Horticulture Congress (every 4 years).

'Sections' (10):

 • Citrus;

 • Banana and Plantain;

 • Pome and Stone Fruits;

 • Vine and Berry Fruits;

 • Nuts and Mediterranean Climate Fruits;

 • Tropical and Subtropical Fruits;

 • Medicinal and Aromatic Plants;

 • Ornamental Plants;

 • Root and Tuber Crops;

 • Vegetables.

'Commissions' (14):

 • Fruits and Vegetables and Health;

 • Sustainability through Integrated and Organic Horticulture;

 • Molecular Biology and In Vitro Culture;

 • Economics and Management;

 • Education, Research Training and Consultancy;

 • Horticultural Engineering;

 • Nomenclature and Cultivar Registration;

 • Plant Protection;

 • Irrigation and Plant Water Relations;

 • Plant Substrates and Soilless Culture;

 • Quality and Post Harvest Horticulture;

 • Protected Cultivation;

 • Landscape and Urban Horticulture;

 • Plant Genetic Resources.

'Working Groups' (106).

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Relations with Non-Governmental Organizations

Relations with 14 non-governmental organizations.
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Members

Members in 199 countries
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Subjects *

  • Agriculture, Fisheries
    • Horticulture
  • Science
    • Science

UIA Org ID

B2488

Last News Received

2015
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