International Society for Soilless Culture (ISOSC)
Société internationale pour les cultures sans sol
3 Sep 1955, Scheveningen (Netherlands), as International Working Group on Soilless Culture (IWOSC). New statutes approved 8 May 1973, Sassari (Italy), when present name was adopted. Statutes modified: 26 Oct 1976, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain); 17 May 1988, Flevohof (Netherlands). Present initials adopted Oct 1978. Original society set up for a period of 29 years; extended, 3 Sep 1984, for further 29 years. Dissolved 31 Dec 1999.
Study and promote questions related to soilless culture; extend knowledge and uses of hydroponics in all areas of the world; facilitate exchange of information amongst workers in this field of agri-horticulture and crop production.Available with paid subscription only.
Organizes international congresses (about every 4 years).
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