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Certain wheat cultivars may, under drought conditions, benefit from AM fungi that live in a symbiotic relationship with the wheat's roots. Photo: Janne Hansen

2015.11.27 | Crops

Fungi may help drought-stressed wheat

Certain drought-stressed wheat cultivars perform better when their roots are in symbiosis with beneficial fungi.

Carbon is an essential part of soil organic matter and contributes to a healthy soil, earning more money for the farmer because the soil is more fertile. An EU project coordinated by the Department of Agroecology, Aarhus University, shows what you can do to improve the soil. Photo: Janne Hansen

2015.10.28 | Crops

New tool can help increase soil carbon content and thereby improve soil fertility

Agricultural soil is the basis for our crop production and should be carefully managed to maintain its fertility. Results from an EU project will make it easier for farmers and consultants to identify the best cultivation practices for this purpose.


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