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Many factors play a role when calculating the carbon footprint of milk. Photo: Colourbox

2017.01.21 |

Food is inextricably linked with climate

All our foods affect the climate. By adding actual figures to the impact of the production of individual foods, scientists can help consumers, farmers and society as a whole to make better decisions.

World Soil Day on December 5 focuses on the basis for our life: agricultural soil - as do scientists from Aarhus University year round. Photo: Janne Hansen

2016.11.29 |

World Soil Day focuses on the very basis of life: soil

Research at Aarhus University contributes to protecting agricultural soil, which is challenged by modern management. The UN’s World Soil Day on December 5 focuses on the threats to soil quality.

The intelligent sowing system was presented as a three-star European New Product at Agromek in 2016. Photo: AgroIntelli

2017.08.10 |

Researchers from Aarhus University have provided input to development of an Agromek three-star New Product

One of Agromek’s three-star European New Products in 2016 was developed with input from researchers from Aarhus University. The new product is a system that automatically controls sowing depth with the aid of sensors.

Photo: Janne Hansen

2016.11.14 |

Climate model predictions are telling a consistent story

Global wheat production will decrease by more than five percent with each 1°C increase in the global temperature. This rather bleak forecast has been confirmed in a comparison of three independent methods of modelling on how climate change will impact yield.

It is important to apply an amount of fertiliser that ensures an optimal ratio between clover and grass. Photo: Janne Hansen

2016.11.14 |

Nitrogen, clover, camera and image analysis all come together

New technology that combines cameras, sensors, computers and smartphones aims to increase productivity and may help reduce nitrogen fertilisation in clover-grass fields.

Using the straw for biorefining contributes to the sustainability of cereal cropping. Photo: Janne Hansen

2016.10.14 |

Which cropping system is best for the environment?

Early sown winter wheat, where the straw is removed every second year and used in biorefining, is the best of six different cereal cropping systems with regard to total environmental impact.

Integrated pest management can spread if the parties involved network more with each other. Photo: Colourbox

2016.09.22 |

Networking is the way to go

Sharing results and practical experience across borders is imperative for spreading integrated pest management in agriculture. Scientists from Aarhus University and other European scientists recommend three ways to improve networking.

A guided tour of AU’s different technology platforms for 170 visitors. A small group is shown here visiting the HTL facility, where Associate Professor Ib Johannsen explains ways of producing bio-oil from grass. Photo: Margrethe Balling Høstgaard

2016.09.22 |

European visitors expressed great enthusiasm for AU Foulum

Two hundred researchers and representatives from European companies got together for two days at Aarhus University (AU) in Foulum to establish the basis for collaboration in biorefining.

The disease deformed wing virus in bees can be transmitted when the bees mate, leading to colony collapse. Photo: Colourbox

2016.09.29 |

Queens, sex and colony collapse

Royal sex with multiple partners, venereal diseases and the collapse of colonies – welcome to the world of bees.

Farmed soil is under pressure from heavy agricultural machinery. Collaborative efforts between scientists, businesses and advisers aim to find solutions to the problem.  Photo: Per Schjønning

2016.10.12 |

Machine design and crop choice can reduce soil compaction

Heavy agricultural machinery used to cultivate the soil, apply animal manure and harvest crops contributes to the degradation of farmland. Innovation in relation to technology and crops can help remedy this serious problem.

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