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Juvenile nematodes. Photo: Md. Maniruzzaman Sikder

2021.06.23 | Agro

Nematodes may be protected by microbes attached to their surface

Nematodes and microbes co-exist in different environments, but they just might do more than that., In humans and insects, nematodes use the host and endosymbiotic microbes to assist them with parasitism. So, does the same thing happen to plant parasitic nematodes in the soil and within the roots of the plants they attack?

Photo: Ida Marie Jensen - AU Foto

2021.06.16 | Research

Researchers from Aarhus University target factors that influence farm injuries

According to a new study conducted by researchers from Aarhus University and Scotland’s Rural College injuries om farms are more likely to occur through interaction with large livestock than any other operations. In fact, the risk of injury on cattle farms is three times higher than on pig farms.

Photo: Claus Bo Andreasen

2021.06.16 | Research

Legume-based cover crops can self-regulate to reduce nitrogen loss

Researchers from the Department of Agroecology at Aarhus University have investigated the ability of legume-based cover crop mixtures to reduce nitrate leaching losses from agriculture and found them to be self-regulating in terms of nitrogen input via biological N2 fixation and effects on nitrate leaching.

Photo: Lars Kruus - AU Foto

2021.06.10 | Agro

Commercialisation of open-source modelling tools can help Danish greenhouse gardeners

An open-source modelling tool, created by a researcher from Aarhus University, has created good collaborations throughout the world, including with the Danish Technological Institute on the development of two decision support tools for Danish greenhouse gardeners.


Fri 25 Jun
10:00-12:00 | Webinar
Webinar: Green transition of Danish agriculture and food production
More than 200 researchers have made suggestions for the green transition of Danish agriculture and food production. On that occasion, Aarhus University, together with SEGES and the other Danish universities, invites you to a webinar on the new Roadmap for climate- and environmentally friendly agriculture and food production.
Mon 28 Jun
09:00-20:00 | Hotel Park, Viaduktvej 28, 5500 Middelfart, 200 m from the railway station.
Technologies for a Danish Zero Greenhouse Gas Emission Agriculture
Aarhus University iCLIMATE centre is organising a one-day national seminar on technologies to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from agriculture.
Tue 22 Feb
09:00-16:30 |
International conference on Zero Greenhouse Gas Emission in High Productive Agriculture
The conference is a perfect opportunity to engage with important policy makers and other relevant stakeholders