On the morning of November 15, 2021, at the HCMC University of Education, a scientific seminar was organized in the form of in-person and online, with the Topic “Environmental Protection & Ecological Restoration” and the participation of such Universities and Research Institutes as: HCMC University of Education, HCMC University of Natural Sciences, Saigon University, Institute of Tropical Biology, National Center for Technological Progress in Ho Chi Minh City, …
Opening the conference, PhD. Pham Van Ngot – HCM University of Education reported an overview of the currently environmental pollution, the impact of climate change on production and people’s lives.
All acknowledge that environmental pollution is a challenge for the development of humanity at the present time and in the future, so it is important to provide solutions to protect the environment and restore the system, ecology is more urgent than ever. Next, the scientists presented presentation reports and introduced technologies in reducing the harmful effects of pollution on the living environment such as: technology for treating domestic waste; agricultural by-product recycling technology; greenhouse gas reduction studies; ecosystem restoration solutions, …
Participating in the seminar, National Center of Technology Progress in HCMC has presented three articles including:
- Study on the effect of plant growth regulators on the in vitro shoot ability of Paramignya trimera (Oliv. Guillaum)
- Evaluation of the combined ability of copper Nacen and Amistar Top 325SC in the treatment of Colletotrichum gloeosporioides causing anthracnose on chili pepper (Capsicum frutescens L.)
- Impact of iron poisoning in Yoshida’s nutrient solution at different times on the growth of IR 50404 rice variety.
HCMC National Center of Technology Progress wishes to convey to the Workshop the necessity of preserving, developing the native genetic resources of Paramignya trimera (Oliv. Guillaum) in the wild; the necessity of limiting the use of toxic chemical drugs in agricultural farming and rice cultivation under conditions of iron poisoning adapted to climate change in the Mekong Delta.
At the end of the seminar, the organizer has issued messages about the need to educate people’s consciousness in respecting nature, protecting the environment, restoring the ecosystem; with the emphasis on bringing environmental knowledge to the community and curriculum in the Vietnamese’s education system.
Photo courtesy of the meeting – NACENTECH HCM