2016.01.29 | Agriculture and food
The ProGrOV project partners are very proud of the three graduates and are looking forward to the rest of the students graduating this year.
2016.01.20 | Agriculture and food
Denmark is the biggest producer of organic rainbow trout with a total production of 1,080 metric ton (2014). At least a doubling of the production is expected within few years.
2016.01.12 | Events
The organic trade meets at the organic exhibition in Nuremberg from 10 - 13 February 2016. As a visiting professional you can meet organic producers from the international organic market and be inspired by the sector’s latest international trends.
2016.01.11 | Research
Lack of organic feeds and livestock diseases are the main obstacles to conversion to organic livestock production in East Africa, two ProGroV studies show.
2015.12.18 | Events
Almost a decade after the first Congress, IFOAM EU is celebrating its 10th European Organic Congress in the Netherlands this April 2016. The theme of this year’s Congress is transforming food and farming through organics.
2015.12.18 | Research
ISOFAR supports scientific progress by compiling abstracts and papers from contributions to all ISOFAR scientific conferences and events into scientific proceedings. The proceedings are now available with open access for all.
2015.12.17 | Research
The COBRA (Coordinating Organic plant Breeding Activities for Diversity) project has been linking up efforts in organic breeding activities in both cereals and grain legumes. The final results of the CORE Organic II project were presented in Denmark with participation from 17 different countries.
2015.11.10 | Research
A new publication, "Organic Agriculture and Integrated Pest Management: Synergistic Partnership Needed to Improve the Sustainability of Agriculture and Food Systems", details the challenges, opportunities for collaborative pursuit of solutions, and recommends institutional and policy reforms to accelerate progress.
2015.10.20 | Events
At the workshop in Morogoro at Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania, PhD and Master students focused on scientific and popular write-ups that will be published and disseminated in different platforms.
2015.10.15 | Research
The results of the project HealthyHens have been summarised into recommendations within four essential areas: Prevention of intestinal worms, of feather and injurious pecking, of foot problems and keel bone deviations and, finally, optimisation of the use of outdoor areas.