Wednesday, June 19, 2024
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The symposium focused on reviewing research results and experiments pertaining to two research collaboration projects between ADAFSA and the Rural Development Department of the Republic of Korea.

During the symposium, three ADAFSA researchers presented lectures highlighting the outcomes of the Korean Protected House project to develop a smart cultivation system that harnesses advanced technologies to monitor and control environmental factors influencing plant growth.

The researchers also shared findings from the project supporting the geophysical and biological follow-up of palms. This research aims to assess the effectiveness of sap flow sensors in the early detection of red palm weevil infections, a significant challenge for the region’s palm trees.

ADAFSA collaborates with research centres, universities, and international organizations. As the local government authority responsible for agriculture, food safety, food security, and biosecurity in Abu Dhabi, ADAFSA seeks to protect plant and animal health, enhance biosecurity, and achieve food security.


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