ICROFS

  • International Centre for Research in Organic Food Systems

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January 21, the PhD student Zhi Liang defenced her PhD thesis at AU Foulum.

2019.01.22 | Agriculture and food

PhD defence: Organic carbon mineralization and microbiology in subsoil

Zhi Liang has examined the fate of organic carbon inputs in deep soil ecosystems. This included laboratory studies of the carbon sequestration potential from deep-roted crops in relation to root chemical composition, soil nutrient availability, and microbial physiology.

ICROFS new director Jakob Sehested

2018.12.20 | Agriculture and food

New director of ICROFS

By New Year Jakob Sehested will be the new director of ICROFS.

2018.12.20 | Agriculture and food

Exchanging knowledge to improve organic arable farming: evaluation of knowledge exchange tools with farmer groups across Europe

Online Knowledge Exchange (KE) tools can play avaluable role in bringing together knowledge and experience on good practice in organic arable farming in Europe and contribute to improving yields.

Photo: Excavated soil profile under cultivated grassland

2018.12.04 | Agriculture and food

Root litter chemistry and soil nutrient availability affect subsoil carbon turnover

Carbon (C) turnover in subsoil was studied by Zhi Liang, PhD student of the Deep Frontier project. The results presents a framework for enhanced subsoil C stock through a deep-rooted cropping system as related to root nitrogen (N) and lignin contents, soil N availability, and microbial activity.

Photo: Helene Uller-Kristensen

2018.11.30 | Agriculture and food

Grass-clover protein can partly substitute traditional feed protein for broilers

According to a new study from Aarhus University, protein produced by biorefining of grass-clover can replace at least 13 % of the traditional feed protein used for organic broilers without compromising production parameters.

2018.11.29 | Agriculture and food

The open access archive Organic Eprints is looking for National Editor for United States

We would like to expand our editorial team to better cover the needs of researchers and users in USA, and further develop the use of Organic Eprints.