The Indian Society of Agronomy is one of the largest professional scientific bodies among the comity of agricultural scientists in India. Founded in 1955, the Society has at present 1937 life members, 102 annual members, 40 foreign members, and 201 institutional members. It has played a significant role in providing suitable forum for exchange of ideas, encouraging research and disseminating knowledge of Agronomy to the research workers. The Society has completed 50 years of its glorious existence and organized various National and International Symposia and Conferences, including the First and Second International Agronomy Congress during 1998 and 2002, respectively.
The Society has been bringing out various publications including the most coveted Indian Journal of Agronomy since 1956. Besides, the Society has conferred various awards and fellowships for outstanding achievements in the field of Agronomy.