AGRONOMY: man’s relationship to plants.
The practice or (now chiefly) the science of crop production and soil management.
As burgeoning populations place relentless strain on agricultural resources worldwide, local problems are increasingly resolved by global solutions. All the more so against a backdrop of climate change, urbanisation and incessant technical innovation.
A plethora of issues are constantly evolving to ensure agro sustainability, with an intermingling of disciplines paving the way to a sustainable tomorrow: agronomy, chemistry, genetics, geotechnology, energy and water policy to name but a few. From the laboratory to the field to supermarkets and the world’s stock exchanges and back, the number of stakeholders in the agronomy sector is practically endless.
Water management matters are also a growing concern and naturally, are inextricably related to the feasibility of any agricultural project.
The legal issues surrounding these endeavours can be quite challenging in an international environment. Regardless of the field you are in, whether in finance, R&D, the regulatory environment, litigation, patents, treaties, etc., let us show you how to make the most of the vast expertise that Magna Carta’s translators have cultivated at the crossroads of agronomy and law.
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