Field demonstration in orchard with flowerstrip, Pometum, UCPH during workshop about FAB assessment. Photo: Stine Kramer Jacobsen.

2018.08.27 | Research news

New tools to manage and assess orchard Functional Agrobiodiversity (FAB)

The EcoOrchard project (2015-18) has produced a handbook on FAB assessment in dialogue with growers and advisors and a technical guideline for FAB orchard management.

2018.08.13 | Research news

Improving soil conservation and resource use in organic cropping systems for vegetable production

SoilVeg is an applied research European project involving 9 European countries and 14 partner institutions for 3 years. It aimed at introducing the no-till technique and at improving the management of agro-ecological Service Crops in organic cropping systems for vegetable production in order to get better soil conservation and resource use.

2018.06.27 | Knowledge exchange, News type

Improving animal health and welfare in organic cattle milk production

Good animal health is a cornerstone of organic livestock production. OrganicDairyHealth has focused on dairy cow health through a combined improvement of management and breeding. See the project leaflet with recommendations on optimal breeding strategies and best management practices.

2018.04.26 | News type

Dual-purpose breeds – an outdated custom or a new opportunity?

The Swiss partners of the two CORE Organic projects “2-Org-Cows” and “OrganicDairyHealth” recently presented their findings to representatives of breeding organizations and farmers.

2018.04.16 | News type

Video: Mild technologies to improve shelf life and quality of organic berries

Fresh berries have a very short shelf life, and losses in the food-supply chain can reach up to 50 percent.

Photo by Lucie Andeltova

2018.03.22 | News type

Organic food processing research highlighted at BIOFACH

CORE Organic arranged a seminar at BIOFACH Congress and co-organized Science Day. Research for organic food processing was in focus.

2018.03.16 | News type

Video: Technologies for small-scale processors compared to homemade processing

In this video, Dario Paolo (CREA-IT) shows that small scale “industrially”processed food can have better sensory and nutritional quality compared to homemade products.

Queen Maxima of the Netherlands during her visit of the Bio-Beurs. Credit: Jan Peter Fiering

2018.02.26 |

“Bio-beurs” offers Core Organic a podium

National events for the organic sector, like the Bio-beurs in the Netherlands, provide researchers with an opportunity to talk about Core Organic projects.

2018.01.24 |

TP Organics and CORE Organic at Science Day at BioFach 2018

The morning session of Science Day will be organised in cooperation with ERA-Net CORE Organic and dedicated to EU research and innovation policy. What will be the place of organics in the new EU policies that are currently being developed?

2018.01.03 |

Symposium on soil health and strategies to restore optimal soil functionality

Join the upcomming workshop in ReSolVe on restoring optimal soil functionality.

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