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A new leaflet from the project, "Greenresilient", outlines the benefits, risks and challenges of transfer mulch as well as how to use it in organic greenhouses.
A new leaflet from the project "Greenresilient" provides information about the choice of plant species; the best locations for flower strips, when and how to seed as well as how to optimise agroecological services.
Turkey is a big country that has different regions reflecting different climatic conditions. Therefore, production methods in the organic cattle farms located in different geographical and ecological regions of the country are also different.
The ERA-NET CORE Organic Cofund Third Call 2021 for research proposals was closed on 8 March 2021. A total number of 25 full-proposals has been submitted.
The EU has adopted ambitions targets to increase organic production as part of the European Green Deal indicated in the Farm to Fork and Biodiversity Strategies under the objective of 25% of the EU’s agricultural land under organic farming by 2030. This high target entails specific knowledge and research needs that can be sustained through new and innovative solutions from the organic sector
In the SusOrgPlus project, the concept of heat pump drying and conventional drying were used to dry organic apples. This aims to improve product quality and sustainability through reducing environmental impacts.
The possibility of controlling soil-borne pest nematodes by using Brassica* species. plants as cover crops in the inter-row space of vineyards followed by biomass incorporation and so called biofumigation was investigated in the CORE Organic Cofund project BIOVINE.
Diversification of farming systems might provide significant environmental and socio-economic benefits. Multi-species livestock farms are complex, and therefore difficult to characterize; however, this complexity can potentially be an advantage for developing robust animal production systems. Here, the Mix-Enable project presents some initial insights from estimations of their productivity across Europe.
Within the Mix-Enable project we interviewed farmers running mixed organic livestock farms to assess their individual satisfaction and wellbeing. Despite the high workload, the overwhelming majority of farmers rated their satisfaction at work as high or often high.
A recent article published in Viola, a Swedish magazine, explains what the Greenresilient project is doing and why is it important for Swedish producers. Find out more about the Swedish context as well as other Greenresilient partner countries.
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Core organic report on 15 years of joint research for organic food and farming systems (2004-2019)
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