The International Society for Silicon in Agriculture Society and Related Disciplines (ISSAG) serves as a unifying body that provides leadership, mentoring, and science based information of silicon in alleviating biotic and abiotic stresses in global cropping systems.
To advance, disseminate and promote the knowledge and use of silicon, based on its benefits to plants, soils, and the environment, so that the global agricultural community may have a better understanding of silicon and its use in sustaining and improving plant function and health.
The International Society for Silicon in Agriculture and Related Disciplines (ISSAG) was formed on August 27th, 2014 during the 6th International Conference on Silicon in Agriculture held in Stockholm, Sweden. The wide range of benefits from silicon supplements has extended to many plant science disciplines including; plant physiology, phytopathology (plant diseases), soils, and entomology (insects).
Additionally, research in support of silicon’s benefits has extended beyond agriculture to include horticulture and turfgrass, and even human health. The 131 conference attendees representing 35 countries, agreed that the time had come to form a unified voice in disseminating the knowledge of silicon’s benefits to a wider audience.
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Seven of the elected board members are former chairpersons from the past six International Silicon in Agriculture Conferences, the eighth and ninth are Silicon Industry Representatives and the tenth board member is a student representative.
Meet the Board