International Soil Tillage Research Organization (ISTRO)
Organisation internationale de recherche du travail du sol
1973-09-27 Wageningen Netherlands
Founded during 6th International Conference on Soil Tillage; new Constitution adopted 25 Jun 1982; revised 12 Jul 1991.
Promote contacts among scientists undertaking research in soil tillage and field traffic and their relationships with soil environment, land use and crop production; stimulate scientific research in soil tillage and related fields; further application of results of such research in agricultural and environmental practice.
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