The HAK wishes to announce the 22nd Workshop on Sustainable Horticultural Production in the Tropics to be held between November 28th and December 2nd , 2022; in Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (Location on map) hosted by the Department of Horticulture and Food Security. During the workshop, original research and reviews of all topics regarding horticultural production will be presented. For more information on the workshop and registration details click here, Download call pdf or follow us on twitter (#@hakenya_2016).
What is HAK?
The Horticultural Association of Kenya (abbrev. HAK) is a recognized, non-political and non-profit making organization that has been in operation since 1999 with its full registration in November 2001. HAK draws its members from persons engaged directly or indirectly in horticultural activities nationally and internationally, and there is room in HAK for all stakeholders in the horticultural industry. Thus farmers, growers, students, corporations, professionals, buyers, sellers, national, regional or international stakeholders can become members. Among the key objectives, HAK is engaged in promoting horticultural science in Kenya, through the generation, dissemination, and exchange of horticultural information and technology among members. For more information about HAK click here.
HAK hosts a reputable journal, the African Journal of Horticultural Science (AJHS) which publishes high-quality solicited and unsolicited articles in a wide range of applied and basic horticultural areas dealing with biotechnology, economics, marketing, education, extension, engineering, environment, policy, science, sociology, technology, training and other areas of horticultural science research. Special emphasis is given to development, research and technology transfer, both in physical and natural sciences, particularly as they relate to major areas of concern in horticulture. For more information about the journal and submission guidelines click here.