CORE Organic Cofund is a collaboration between 27 partners in 19 countries/regions on initiating transnational research projects in the area of organic food and farming. CORE Organic Cofund has in total initiated twelve research projects based on funds from participating countries and funding from the European Commission.    

CORE Organic is an ERA-NET - a network of European ministries and research councils funding research in organic food systems at national levels. The main focus of the ERA-NET is to join forces and fund transnational research projects support a focused and coordinated research and innovation effort covering the most important challenges along the organic value chains.  

CORE Organic is the acronym for "Coordination of European Transnational Research in Organic Food and Farming Systems".

News from CORE Organic

2020.09.24 | Agriculture and food

European Technology Platforms propose joint Research & Innovation priorities for a sustainable food system

The European Technology Platforms (ETPs) ‘Plants for the Future, ‘Food for Life’ and ‘TP Organics’ have jointly published a policy brief with Research & Innovation recommendations to address the most pressing challenges facing primary production and consumer aspects in our food systems. The policy brief is a response to the European Green Deal and…

2020.09.24 | Agriculture and food

Greenresilient experimental site visit: Innovative greenhouse practices in France

The Greenresilient project organised a visit on July 9th to the experimental sites in Avignon (France) to discuss the latest research about crop mixtures, functional biodiversity and mulching in the framework of organic greenhouse production.

2020.09.23 | Agriculture and food

What do food producers tell about food processing?

Processing conditions influence the quality of food products. How do processors describe the quality of their products? To answer this question packaging and videos were analyzed in the context of processing information.

Main ecosystem services provided by the arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis

2020.09.23 | Agriculture and food

Using cover crops to stimulate mycorrhization of grapevine

Cover crops stimulate the development of microbial communities such as arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF). In the BIOVINE project cover crops are tested to promote AMF communities associated with grapevine roots.

Experimental site visit to Aarhus University in Årslev, Denmark, August 2020. Photo: Stig Feodor Nielsen (HotiAdvice)

2020.09.23 | Agriculture and food

Optimising organic vegetable greenhouse production in Denmark

On August 27th, 19 participants, including several organic growers, met in Årslev, Denmark, for a visit to the Greenresilients experimental site. The importance of organic cultivation in the context of the increasing demand for organic vegetables in Denmark was discussed

The heat pump is placed under the air intake system and the drying air is de-humidified at the evaporator and re-heated at the condenser (Photo and illustration: SINTEF)
The batch drying chamber with a capacity of up to 100 kg og products (Photo: SINTEF)

2020.09.23 | Agriculture and food

Heat pump drier for organic products offers new possibilities

The SusOrgPlus project developed and demonstrated the concept of heat pump drying for the organic sector. The technology allows better product quality and faster drying by a smart control system of the drying conditions and reduces the energy demand by re-using the drying energy

Choice of appropriate breeds, emphasising improved mother-infant contact and use of agroforestry. Photo: Anne Grete Kongsted

2020.09.22 | Agriculture and food

Potentials, challenges and visions for future European organic animal farming across species

There is a serious need for significant and fundamental improvements to the way we currently produce and consume food if we are going to respond meaningfully to current global environmental challenges, and animal farming is particularly challenged to find new balances to contribute positively.

Norwegian rural landscape. Photo: Colourbox

2020.09.22 | Agriculture and food

Self-sufficiency in feed - views of stakeholders

Countries across Europe are attempting to increase their self-sufficiency in feed production. However, the understanding of self-sufficiency and what constitute barriers to self sufficiency among actors in the value chains for meat and dairy products is quite diverse.

Hypothesis to explain the low GIN infestation in calves with nurse cows

2020.09.22 | Agriculture and food

Parasite infection risks for dairy calves raised by nurse cows studied in France

In dairy farms, new rearing practices of calves with nurse cows have been developed by farmers. As a part of the GrazyDaiSy project, three different parasite indicators were measured individually in 438 calves belonging to 38 groups at housing in western France. The results suggest that rearing suckling dairy calves with nurse cows decreases the…

Stable School meeting June 2020. Photo by Mette Vaarst

2020.09.22 | Agriculture and food

GrazyDaiSy conducts research on how ‘Stable Schools’ help developing cow-calf contact systems

One of the aims of the CORE Organic project GrazyDaiSy is to practice and study social learning and is therefore collaborating with other projects working with cow-calf contact systems. The Danish GrazyDaiSy partners analyse the processes of ‘Stable Schools’, including how they contribute to identify solutions to challenges in cow-calf systems.

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