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The IX Iberian Congress and XVII National Congress of Horticultural Sciences 2023 of the Spanish Society of Horticultural Sciences (SECH), together with the Portuguese Association of Horticulture (APH), will be held in Mérida, Spain from 5 to 9 June 2023.
This congress aims to promote a forum for discussion and cooperation between researchers, technicians, farmers, students, exporters and other agents in the horticulture sector for an exchange of experiences that contributes to increasing the profitability and sustainability of this sector. This will encourage research centers on both sides of Spain and Portugal to concentrate efforts and make the most of existing resources with a view to developing joint projects to find solutions to common problems and improve scientific knowledge.
The congress will include thematic sessions, technical visits and an open day for dissemination that will cover the most important issues of both companies, such as production, transformation, process modernization, by-product recovery, marketing and quality of the horticulture sector.