Aims and Objectives of the Society

The purpose of the Subtropical Agriculture and Environments Society is the advancement and development of subtropical plant sciences, animal sciences and environmental sciences. The Society’s aim is to stimulate interest in research and its practical application to the production of crops and animals. At periodic meetings subjects of interest are presented by specialists in their field. These presentations have been followed by forums. A Newsletter announces and discusses these programs and brings other news of interest to Society members. The Society sponsors an annual Institute which features outstanding speakers from all parts of the world who present new developments in the field of plant science. Panel discussions, social get-together’s, and a meal complete the program. The Subtropical Agriculture and Environments Journal provides a continuing record of agricultural, animal and environmental sciences progress. Along with research reports, talks given at the Institute may be published in Subtropical Agriculture and Environments annually. Anyone interested in plant. animal and environmental sciences can become a member of the Society.

Update: 71st Annual Meeting of the Subtropical Agriculture and Environments Society

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