The International Society for Horticultural Science was officially registered as such on April 27, 1959, formalising a global network of international horticultural co-operation. The creation within ISHS of Sections according to the various horticultural cultures, Commissions corresponding to the different branches of horticultural science and technologies extending across the different cultures and our Working Groups, is a guarantee for the high level of the international workshops, symposia and congresses that are organised each year in co-operation with ISHS.
ISHS aim is to advance and support examination and instruction in all branches of green science and to encourage participation and information exchange on a worldwide scale through its symposia and congresses, distributions and experimental structure." Membership is interested in every intrigued specialist, teachers, understudies and plant industry experts. It is a really worldwide system containing more than 53,000 people, colleges, governments, organizations, libraries and business organizations, a great many whom joined as Individual Members, notwithstanding a generous number of Institutional Members and somewhere in the range of 50 Member Countries/Regions. The accomplishment of the ISHS, in connection to its compelling correspondence and initiative of worldwide co-operation, is to a great extent through the 50 or more specific symposia held yearly. Welcome speakers present papers, research discoveries are wrangled about, exchanges held, visits organized and the supervisor incorporates a monograph distributed as a volume of Acta Horticulture. The whole Acta Horticulture library is accessible online and administrations the necessities of a great many analysts overall who utilize the www.actahort.org website. The European Journal of Horticultural Science (eJHS) distributed by the ISHS in a joint effort with the German Society of Horticultural Science (DGG) acknowledges unique examination articles and surveys on critical plant science revelations and new advances in the extent of worldwide cultivation. The first International Horticultural Congress was organized in 1864 in Brussels (Belgium) as a first step in realising this objective. With the organisation of this congress followed by the next event one year later in Amsterdam (Netherlands), the seeds of our actual International Society for Horticultural Science were planted. In 1923 the foundation of an International Commission for Horticultural Congresses was established.Read More»
The following is the list of scholars from International Society for Horticultural Science who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences