Join us for the annual meeting of the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America and Soil Science Society of America, a cornerstone event in the fields of agronomy, crop science, and soil science. This gathering is a hub of scientific exploration, collaboration, and knowledge sharing.
We're excited to connect with experts in agronomy, plant, soil, and environmental sciences in the United States! Visit us at Stand 816 to discover our patented soil carbon measurement method and how we can assist your soil carbon initiatives in the US.
Discover the latest research and scientific breakthroughs that are shaping the future of sustainable agriculture. The Annual Meeting is your gateway to inspiration and the opportunity to contribute to the collective scientific knowledge.
Access a wealth of solutions and research findings through a diverse range of educational presentations. Gain insights that can enhance your work and equip you to contribute to the scientific community.
Forge invaluable professional connections with fellow scientists, researchers, and experts from academia and industry. Engage in interactive workshops, discussions, and field tours to broaden your scientific horizons.
Explore resources such as science policy events, the career center, and the exhibit hall to stay at the forefront of scientific advancements. Ryzo is committed to supporting your scientific journey.
About the Societies:
1) American Society of Agronomy
13,500 Certified Crop Advisors
ASA is dedicated to sustaining and advancing the field of agronomy. For morethan 110 years, ASA has provided a scientific and professional home for agronomists around the world. Focus areas include agronomic productions systems,biometry and statistical computing, climatology and modeling, education andextension, environmental quality, globalagronomy, land management, and conservation.
2) Crop Science Society of America
CSSA fosters the mission of plant sciencefor a better world and strives to be theproactive leader in influencing policyand creating cooperative partnerships toadvance crop science. Founded in 1955,focus areas include crop breeding andgenetics, physiology and metabolism,seed production/technology, turfgrassscience, forage & grazinglands, genomics,plant genetic resources, and biomedical/health-beneficial/nutritionally-enhancedplants.
3) Soil Science Society of America
650+ Certified Professional Soil Scientists
SSSA seeks to advance soils as fundamental to life. For over eight decades, SSSAhas provided members with resources toexchange information and make professional connections. Focus areas includesoil physics, chemistry, mineralogy, biology and biochemistry, and pedology; soilfertility and plant nutrition, nutrient management, soil and water managementand conservation, environmental quality,wetland soils, urban & anthropogenicsoils, and forest/range/wildland soils,consulting soil scientists, and soil education and outreach.