Mr. Sherif Salem is an Egyptian agronomist working for Agricultural Research Centre since 2003. He received his bachelor and master from Minya Univ., during his master education Mr. Salem explored the influences of composts, P-dissolving bacteria and N-fixing bacteria on yields and chemical compositions of organically produced cumin plant. During his research in 2011 at Technical Univ. of Denmark, he investigated the short-term effects of biochar and ash on soil nutrient dynamics, greenhouse gas emissions and plant growth. Currently, Mr. Salem is investigating nutrient budgets/balances and flows of the organic farming in Egypt as well as he is exploring a novel techniques for sustainable nutrient management and off-season crop production in a newly reclaimed soil, a Ph.D. project at Copenhagen Univ., Denmark.