• 07th March 2017
  • by admin

Agrinatura  Association is offering 8 travel grants for MSc and PhD students participating at Tropentag 2017.

Agrinatura will support the annual Conference on Tropical and Subtropical Agriculture and Natural Resource Management (TROPENTAG) with the general theme for 2017 with

theme ‘Future Agriculture: Social-ecological transitions and bio-cultural shifts’

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The conference will be held at the University of Bonn (Bonn, Germany), September 20 – 22, 2017

Agrinatura will grant 8 students from Agrinatura members’ institutions by a travel grant of amount 300 EUR.

Students are challenged to submit their abstract to the Tropentag 2017 Conference till April 15, 2017 and in the same time to send the abstract and request for travel grant to Agrinatura  Secretariat (email: till May 1st, 2017. As soon as the abstract will be accepted by Tropentag conference committee, Agrinatura selection committee will select 8 students who will receive the travel grant.

Eligible student will have to:

  • be a student of Agrinatura member institution (the list of member institutions is available here) excluding BONN this year
  • be first author of the contribution
  • be personally present at the venue during the conference
  • place the logo of Agrinatura on the contribution (poster or presentation) and agree with publication on the website.
  • write a short profile (CV) and confirm s/he not subsidised by another grant to participate on Tropentag 2017


Deadline for submitting abstract is April 15, 2017, deadline for travel grant request is May 1st, 2017!


For more information about the conference look at:


Agrinatura travel grant Awardees for Tropentag 2017


as every year Agrinatura delivers travel grants for students going to Tropentag conference present their posters. In regards of this, these 7 students were awarded by Agrinatura travel grants and participated at the Tropentag conference held in Bonn, Germany.


Alexandr Rollo

Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (Czech Republic)

Genetic Structure in Wild and Cultivated Populations of Inga edulis Mart. (Fabaceae) in Peruvian Amazon






Welcome Zimuto

Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (Czech Republic)

Optimization of Cooperative Herb Farmers’ Production in Georgia






Jacob Sarfo

University of Goettingen (Germany)

The Impact of Wild Plant Foods in Reducing the Minimum Cost of a Nutritious Diet in Turkana, Kenya Using Linear Programming Modelling





Yulduzkhon Abdullaeva

University of Hohenheim (Germany)

The effect of Pseudomonas jessenii RU47 on phosphomonoesterases activities and their gene abundances in the rhizosphere of tomato






Stacy Hammond

Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (Czech Republic)

Slow-growth in Vitro Conservation of Ullucus Tuberosus (Loz.) an Andean Tuber Crop








Risma Rizkia Nurdianti

University of Hohenheim (Germany)

In vitro Rumen Fermentation of Sauropus androgynus (L.) Merr. Compared to Hays of Different Quality







Eduardo Alberto Lara Reimers

Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (Czech Republic)

Ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants used in the Zacatecas state, Mexico