International Plant Nutrition Council (IPNC)
1954 Paris France
1954, Paris (France), as International Committee on Plant Analysis and Fertilizer Problems with Colloquium as International Colloquium on Plant Analysis and Fertilizer Problems. Title changed, 1978, to International Committee on Plant Nutrition, followed by first International Colloquium organized 1982, Warwick (UK). Changed title to International Council of Plant Nutrition (ICPN), 1986. Colloquium of H-XD4048 - International Association for the Optimization of Plant Nutrition (IAOPN) merged into IPNC, 2001.
Provide an international forum for discussion of advances in physiological plant nutrition.
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