9 - 12 January, 2020 | The Agri-Horticultural Society of India, 1, Alipore Road, Kolkata - 700027, India
Prof. T. K .Bose
Former: Secretary,The Agri-Horticultural Society of India; Project Co-ordinator Floriculture, Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR); Professor and Head, Dept. of Horticulture, Dean, Faculty of Agriculture and Director of Research, Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya, India.
Prof. T.K. Bose: Unprecedented and invaluable contribution of The Agri-Horticultural Society of India, founded in 1820, in the development of agriculture and horticulture in India and its founder Rev. Dr. William Carey D.D.
Dr. Henry Noltie
Former Curator & Taxonomist, Present Research Associate, The Royal Botanical Gardens, Edinburgh, UK
Dr. Henry Noltie: Botany in Calcutta 1790 to 1820 with an emphasis on the botanical paintings commissioned by botanists such as William Roxburgh, Francis Buchanan and Nathaniel Wallich.
Prof. Nibuo Shirasuna
Professor, Kobe International University, And Director, Art Fusion Company, Japan
Prof. Nibuo Shirasuna: Garden Architecture With Roses.
Dr. William McNamara
Director, Quarry Hill Botanical Garden, California, USA
Dr. William McNamara: Collecting wild Roses in China and their influence on modern roses.
Prof. Malcom Manners
Prof. Of Citrus Sience & Chairman, Department of Citrus and Horticultural Science, Florida, southern college, Lake Land Florida, USA
Prof. Malcom Manners: Roses for Hot Climates. From a Florida USA Perspective.
Dr. Sylvie Baudino
Professor, University of St. Etienne, France
Dr. Sylvie Baudino: Perfumes from Roses.
Dr. M Ghazali
Rose Grower, Kualalampur, Malaysia
Dr. M Ghazali: Growing Indian Bred Roses in Malaysia.
Mr. Sushil Prakash
Rose Expert and Consultant, IRF Member, India
Mr. Sushil Prakash: The trail of roses in India from the ancient times, winding through the ages and the routes from China, Persia to India apart from travelling across the Himalayan ranges.
Dr. K.V. Prasad
Director, ICAR- Director of Floricultural Research College of Agricultural Campus Shivajinagar, Pune Maharashtra, India
Dr. K.V. Prasad: Panorama of Rose research in India.