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In collaboration with the industry scientists from Aarhus University are developing new varieties of wheat that are both high-yielding and resistant against several fungal diseases. Photo: Janne Hansen

2015.01.14 | DCA

New cereal varieties need less pesticide

Scientists from Aarhus University and commercial breeders and leading foreign research institutions will in partnership develop new varieties of wheat that are resistant to a number of devastating fungal diseases. The project has been granted 17 million Danish kroner from Innovation Fund Denmark.

Drones can carry out a number of tasks in agriculture. Photo: Rasmus Nyholm Jørgensen

2015.01.09 | DCA

Drones keep a watchful eye on crop health

Using drones to monitor field crops can bring a number of benefits for the farmer and the environment, including graduated fertilisation and optimal control of weeds.


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PhD course: Modeling Climate Effects on Crops and Cropping Systems
Department of Agroecology, Aarhus University, AU-Foulum are pleased to announce the PhD course "Modeling Climate Effects on Crops and Cropping Systems".
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