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Conference Series with great pleasure welcomes all the contributors in the food and health industry across the globe to the “6th International Conference on Agriculture, Food and Aqua” on November 13-14, 2023 in Bali, Indonesia with a theme of “Seeking the Modernization of Agriculture, Food and Aqua”. The conference highlights keynote presentations, oral talks, poster presentations, and exhibitions. All the speakers, participants, students, and delegates from across the globe are cordially invited to the event. The international AGRI FOOD AQUA 2023 conference encourages the young student researchers through Poster Award Competition and Young Research Forum at the conference venue.

Conference Series organizes 3000+ global events inclusive of 1000+ conferences, 600+ workshops and 400+ symposiums on various topics of science and technology across the globe with support from 1000 more scientific societies and publishes 700+ open access journals. The scientific events are specially designed cluster of the program that provides a common platform to exchange and share the experiences and research results on all aspects of agriculture, food, and aqua science.

Why to attend:

Our aim is to aggregate community and to create a platform for the exchange of information on technological developments, new scientific inventions and the effectiveness of colourful nonsupervisory programs towards AGRI FOOD AQUA 2023. It provides a premier specialized forum for expressing and knowledge about the advanced exploration and developments, as well as the disquisition of new operations, technologies and to explore new trends in the field of Agriculture, Food and Aquaculture.

Target audience:

  • Directors, Board Members, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Deans and Head of the Departments
  • Academicians
  • Researchers
  • Agriculture, Food and Aquaculture Industries
  • Agronomist, Plant scientists.
  • R&D Laboratories
  • Food technologists
  • Food laureates
  • Food safety officers
  • Food Industrialists
  • Microbiologists
  • Agricultural Students, Scientists
  • Food scientist and researchers
  • Biochemist and Nutritionist
  • Aqua-culturists
  • Aquaculture Researchers

Sessions & Tracks

Track 1: Agricultural Biotechnology & Food Microbiology

Agricultural biotechnology is the process of Modifying shops to produce asked traits by the use of colourful scientific tools and ways. Biotechnology rose to boost nutrition and stabilize yields, resistance to pests, resistant to conditions, and abiotic stresses like failure and cold wave. Developing low- cost complaint-free shops and increased parentage capacity are the major executions of this study. Food microbiology is the disquisition of microorganisms that pollute food and those employed in the product of food. The micro-organisms either use the supplements of food or incorporate new fusions that ruin food. Food safety is a significant ideal of food microbiology.

  • Fermented Foods
  • Lactic Acid Bacteria
  • Plant Breeding
  • Microbial Biopolymers
  • Probiotics

Track 2: Bio fortification and Food Grading

Bio Fortification aims to make supplement situations in crops during factory development rather of through homemade styles during running of the yields. With the appearance of memoir bastion, different parentage, and agronomic styles, current biotechnological approaches have been fostered that can effectively join these body fundamentals in the significant food sources. With malnutrition as a serious issue, it's a promising, manageable, and prudent methodology of conveying food rich in micronutrients to individualities that have extremely defined entrance to varied different diets.

Track 3: Waste and Water Management

Waste management includes the requirement to monitor waste from its inception to its final deployment. This includes the movement, handling, and disposal of garbage in a variety of ways. The trash can be handled via organic, emulsion, or physical methods. Water management is important since it determines future irrigation possibilities. Water the board manages water resources in accordance with predetermined plans and regulations. The risk of flooding-related damage is reduced by high water boards and levees. The most comprehensive application of defined water inventory for agriculture is made by water system water the board textiles.

Track 4: Future of Agriculture and Aquatic Biodiversity

Agro-biological systems and agro-biodiversity contribute to liveable workplace safeguards in local, national, and, more importantly, international contexts. Additionally, they provide a wide range of administrations, such as food, grub, environmental change restraint, biodiversity conservation, and water quality decisions. Farmers and farming networks have a significant responsibility to complete in order to conserve and preserve these resources and natural systems. However, the role of horticulture in the planning of the terrain administrations depends on the driving forces at its disposal. Currently, motivators are designed to pay for the goods provided by agrarian ecosystems rather than the services they provide.

Track 5: Sustainable Agriculture

Agriculture has a significant impact on the environment. Cultivating sustainably to provide society's food and material needs, without sacrificing the needs of the present and future generations. In order to develop husbandry within sustainable food systems, it is crucial to have flexible business strategies and farming methods. Future results from these husbandry techniques will allow agrarian systems to feed a larger population while adjusting to changing environmental conditions.

Track 6: Organic Aquaculture

The cultivation of marine species according to organic principles is known as organic monoculture. The requirements of this programme establish hospitable marine conditions through research into typically passing environments, the use of fungicides, and the care of marine species. Since consumers are angry about the damaging effects of monoculture on themselves and the environment, overseeing monoculture naturally has become more well-known. Natural rules created around materials with a soil-based foundation do not adapt well to monoculture and will generally struggle with large, elevated items. Organic monoculture's difficulties sourcing and affirming natural teens is being defied by colourful issues. However, there is undeniable consumer interest in natural fish, and natural hydroponics may develop into a significant management option with further research.

  • Aquatic Feed & Waste Removal
  • Future Research and Development
  • Market for Organic Aquaculture
  • Shrimp Farming

Track 7: Fish Genetics & Biology

Fish Genetics & Biology evaluates a method for imagining and planning the genetic makeup of a fish. This could be used to comprehend the diversity of chromosomal abnormalities and other heritable alterations. Fish are brutish, ocean-going, gill-bearing creatures that require accessories with integers. They organise a family reunion for tunicates, and the two together shape the olfactory. The live hagfish, lampreys, cartilaginous and hard fish, as well as various wiped out associated assemblages, are briefly mentioned in this description. Quality and genome duplication cause proliferation of heritable material, which may also contribute to an increase in the complexity of the genome and phenotype of living things as they progress.

Track 8: Food Processing Technologies

Food technology aims to improve the good, quality, and health benefits of changed food specifics by focusing on on-going research in food microbiology and food-borne microbes, as well as by extending the usable life of food sources. High-Pressure Processing (HPP) is a non-warm sanitization technique where information is maintained at high pressing pressures for a short period of time. The advantages of this approach over the conventional warm running techniques include shorter trade times, less heat loss, and preservation of product flavour, face, and colour, as well as the addition of colourful fluid and semi-fluid food sources. All of these techniques improve food production and quality without sacrificing healthfulness or value.

Track 9: Fisheries Techniques

Fisheries methods are the techniques used to catch fish. The phrase can also be used to describe techniques for obtaining molluscs (shellfish, squid, and octopus) and other marine spineless brutes. Hand gathering, spearfishing, meshing, calculating, and catching are some of these. Sporting, commercial, and unique fishers all use diverse methods and occasionally, analogous strategies.

  • Line Fishing
  • Angling with a Rod
  • Blast Fishing
  • Cyanide Fishing
  • Muro-Ami
  • Bottom Trawling

Track 10: Pharmaco-toxicology

Pharmaco-Toxicology deals with the toxic effects of pharmaceutical drugs. It develops in husbandry as a result of exposure to fungicides and illnesses. The extensive use of chemicals is improving crop protection, product, food quality, and food preservation. Food safety, not hazardous commodities, is the primary focus of drugstore toxicology. A lot of thought was given to the toxicity of foods that comprise natural food components and food complements. Toxicology is currently observing a planned change in the evaluation of chemical risks to food safety.

  • Food Borne Infections
  • Heavy Metal Toxicology
  • Pesticidal Toxicity
  • Mycotoxicology
  • Nutritional Toxicity
  • Genetically Engineered Foods
  • Biotoxins

Track 11: Recent Techniques in Agricultural Practices

The current iteration of agriculture is more important than ever for development. The agricultural industry as a whole is overcoming significant obstacles, including rising food prices, a labour shortage, and shifting consumer preferences for plumpness and supportability. Agribusiness companies are increasingly acknowledging the need for solutions to these problems. The last ten years have seen tremendous advancement in agribusiness invention. Inner perpendicular cultivation, automation and robotization, animal innovation, hothouse techniques, delicate horticulture, and artificial intelligence are only a few of the areas where significant invention advancements in space have focused.

  • Robotics in Agriculture
  • Genetic Manipulation
  • Intensive Tillage
  • Monoculture
  • Use of Synthetic Fertilizers
  • Irrigation Technologies

Track 12: Horticulture and Soil Science

Horticulture is the practise of growing a range of diversified crops in small cropping zones. It involves factory preservation, geography restoration, soil operation, geography, and theatre design in order to promote factory growth, yields, quality, nutritional value, resistance, and environmental pressures. The complete operation of the soil is covered by soil wisdom in related domains.

  • Types of Horticulture
  • Land degradation
  • Soil Science Research
  • Applications of Soil Science
  • Bonsai Horticulture

Track 13: Livestock Farming

The management and breeding of domesticated ranch animals to obtain their meat and other goods for human consumption. Products like meat, milk, hair, fur, honey, and other things are the matter. This husbandry deals with the lineage of cattle, lamb, flesh, gormandizers, rabbits, scapegoats, draggers, fish, and honeybees.

Track 14: Genetically Modified Foods

Some foods have special modifications made to them so they can satisfy the consumer's unique health needs. These could relate to preservation, health, or flavour. According to this definition, genetically modified foods are those made from living things whose DNA has undergone inheritable engineering. The main benefit of eating genetically modified food is that it can provide the recommended amount of nutrients on a regular basis without altering a person's dietary pattern. It can easily integrate with the current food production and delivery system. These items are crucial for improving diets and eliminating nutrient shortages in developed nations.

Track 15: Food Engineering & Chemistry

Food engineering entails the precise designing and creation of processes, innovations, and equipment used in conditioning, such as packaging, marinating, covering, cooking, expressing products, freezing, and speeding. Food engineering also incorporates the study of additional specialised chemical and physical generalities such biochemistry, microbiology, food chemistry, thermodynamics, transport miracles, rheology, and heat transfer because to the complexity of food components. Food experts put this information to use in the creation of food systems as well as the cost-effective design, production, and commercialization of sustainable, secure, nutritious, appealing, healthful, inexpensive, and high-quality ingredients and foods.

Market Analysis


Agriculture can grease profitable conditions, hike earnings and ameliorate food security for 80 of the world's poor, who work substantially in husbandry. With ultramodern agrarian ways, the request is adding using bettered seeds, chemicals, and diseases. Also, the employment of detectors and adding relinquishment of beast face recognition is easing the request growth. Adding support from the government for the development of new husbandry ways and global mindfulness regarding the benefits of husbandry over the times are anticipated to boost the growth of the husbandry request during the unborn period.

The processed food industry has expanded as a result of the modern world's substitution of home-cooked cuisine with manufactured food. The growing need to increase productivity, the increasing focus of food manufacturers to reduce manufacturing costs, the rising consumer demand for processed foods, the focus on worker and food safety, and government support for the food processing industry all contribute to the growth of the global market for food processing equipment.

A segment of the global economy that is rapidly producing food is aquaculture. The demand for aquatic food items is rising along with the population. The majority of the primary fishing areas has attained their full capacity and catch fisheries production has increased. The rising worldwide demand for aquatic food cannot be met by sustaining fish supplies through catching fisheries.

Scope and Importance:

Agriculture, food, and aquaculture are a significant source of national income for developing countries. The global food technology market expands drastically by 2025 the expected growth of food technology market is over $250.43 billion. The global market of probiotic ingredients and supplements has reached $23.1 billion in 2012, $27.1 billion in 2013 and it may reach $36.7 billion in 2018. The processed food industries are also valued at over $2 trillion dollars globally and consist of over 400,000 businesses. Aquaculture market was valued at USD 156.27 billion in 2015 and is anticipated to achieve USD 209.42 billion in 2021. This growth is attributed to a number of factors such as suitable weather conditions, availability of natural resources and labour at a cheap salary. Furthermore, North America and Europe are expected to have significant growth in the near future owing to advancing trends in aquaculture.

Major agricultural, food and aqua research institute in Indonesia
  • Balai Penelitian Ternak, Ciawi, Bogor
  • Centre for International Forestry Research
  • Indian Committee for Scientific Investigations
  • Indonesian Institute of Sciences
  • KPTT Agricultural Training Centre
  • The Wahid Institute
  • Indonesian Agency of Agricultural Research And Development
  • Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology
Major agricultural, food and aqua research university in Indonesia
  • Bogor Agricultural University, Bogor
  • Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta
  • University of Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta
  • Udayana University, Bali
  • University of Sumatera Utara, Medan
  • School of Life Sciences and Technology,
  • Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung
  • Indonesia International Institute for Life-Sciences
  • University of Mataram

Past Conference Report

5th International Conference on Agriculture, Food and Aqua organized by Conference Series in London, UK during July 25-26, 2022 and was based on the Theme-Sustainable agriculture with Aquatic biodiversity conservation.

On behalf of our Organizing Committee, we would like to extend our appreciation for continued support and active participation of the Organizing Committee Member, Keynote Speakers and our Moderators for the successful completion of the AGRI FOOD AQUA 2022.

The Researchers and Agronomist, Plant scientists, Aquaculture Researchers, Food technologists and Agricultural Students, Microbiologists, Aqua-culturists from different countries actively participated in the Conference, discussed the most important trends and issues in Agriculture, Food and Aqua. Every Participant was having great reviews and had amazing experiences from the event.

Agri Food Aqua 2022 was started by the opening ceremony which was followed by the Keynote speech and we are overwhelmed with their presence and generous response.

We would like to take the privilege to felicitate our keynote Speakers and honourable guests for their prominent contribution towards the smooth functioning of this esteemed event.

The eminent personalities at the conference were:

Kelly T Morgan | University of Florida | USA

Marine Bezhuashvili | Agricultural University of Georgia | Georgia

Birgit Steininger | University College for Agrarian and Environmental Pedagogy | Austria

Jose J Pueyo | Institute of Agricultural Sciences – CSIC | Spain

Bennie van Zyl | Transvaal Agricultural Union | South Africa

In the last, we would also like to extend my ward regards to various delegate experts, Company representatives, eminent personalities who supported the Conference by facilitating active discussion forums. We would like to convey our sincere gratitude to all the supporters from Editorial Board Members of our Open Access Journals, Keynote Speakers, Honourable guests, Valuable Speakers, Students, delegates and special thank s to Media Partners  for their promotions to make this event a successful one.

With the unique feedbacks from the Conference AGRI FOOD AQUA 2022, we would like to announce the commencement of the 6th International Conference on Agriculture, Food and Aqua which is going to be held during November 13-14, 2023 Bali, Indonesia.

Let us meet again @ AGRI FOOD AQUA 2023

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