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Our Testimonial

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O.P. Gupta


The ISWS activities have now grown so large as to organize international conferences to absorb new ideas in terms of fundamental and applied weed management research. The credit for this goes to all scientists who either toiled with some aspects of weed science in the past or are actively doing so presently. Of course, the past activities of weed scientists are memories and the present ones are the hope for future weed management.

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V.S. Rao


I witnessed the founding of ISWS in 1968. From there on, I saw it progressing, despite initial hiccups, tremendously. Conferences, actively attended, have always been a huge success. Its flagship, IJWS, now maintains high quality and standard. The Society, of which I was fortunate to play a prominent part for many years, had the distinction of successfully organizing APWSS Conferences twice (1981, 2015). I extend my best wishes to the Society as it organizes the 2020 Conference at Goa.

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S.V.R. Shetty


My association with ISWS started during the mid-1970s when I started my career as Agronomist (Weed Science) with ICRISAT. I had an opportunity to participate in the revitalization of the then dormant ISWS along with Dr. Santiago Obien, FAO Consultant in Weed Science by organizing the ISWS Conference in1977 in Hyderabad. I am pleased to note that since then ISWS has grown into one of India's leading agricultural science societies. By organizing regular national and international Conferences and publishing the high-quality IJWS which highlights the advances in Weed Management in India and abroad ISWS plays an important role in sustainable agricultural development in India. It is heartening to note that ISWS encourages the weed scientists to focus more towards integrated weed management in farming systems considering evolving challenges such as environmental protection, biodiversity conservation, climate change, and also technology advances such as biotechnology, nanotechnology and information technology... I wish the ISWS great success in serving its stakeholders including farmers of India.

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R.K. Malik


Weed management has turned from no weed management in early 1970s to chemical weed management in late 1970s and to the accelerated development of herbicide resistance in early 1990s and to the development of cross resistance now. On the whole weed scientists have decoupled weed science from herbicides based management to agronomy based weed management including the evolution of zero tillage technology. The weed science will flourish when each of us keep innovating with the changing needs of farmers.

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Prasanta C. Bhowmik


The ISWS is serving well in providing awareness of weeds and their impacts on crops, humans, and the environment. The ISWS must boost the public image of the society. More challenges and opportunities are ahead in developing transfer of technology to stakeholders. We are very proud of ISWS

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Nitya Nand Angiras


The ISWS is a scientific platform for the weed scientists, pesticide industry and students to discuss emerging weed problems and developed weed management technologies for different ecosystems in conferences and publishing the same in its quality Journal. The society has grown leaps and bound over the years since its inception. It has made significant contributions to the weed science discipline in general and farmers in particular. Contributions of the society are evident from the adoption of developed weed management technologies by the farmers which have contributed significantly to the Green revolution and sustainable agriculture production in the country. My best wishes for its future endeavours

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Mahesh K. Upadhyaya


I am truly impressed with professional activities of ISWS and its very enthusiastic executive. The society publishes a quality journal and organizes well attended professional meetings. I am very pleased with my association with ISWS and look forward to contributing to its goals. I wish it all the best.

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N.T. Yaduraju


It was my good fortune that I was asked to work with legendary Prof. VS Mani, who was synonymous with weed science in India at that time. He was instrumental in grooming a generation of weed scientists including S Sankaran and MM Hosmani. My early memories of ISWS was that of attending the Biennial Conference held at Hyderabad and next at Parbhani.

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A.N. Rao


Our ISWS is a: Weed Science promoting research exchange platform for Weed Scientists; professional development center for its members and students; source of practical weed management technology to the farmers and “weeds and weed management knowledge hub” for all. I wish ISWS a great future in the service of all

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Sushil Kumar

President, ISWS

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Sushil Kumar

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Secretary, ISWS

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J.S. Mishra

V.K. Choudhary

Treasurer, ISWS

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V.K. Choudhary

Gyanendra Pratap Singh

Office Manager, ISWS

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