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We've heard it before, cows are agriculture's big climate sinners, but what if you could reduce methane emissions by making them graze on fields with tannin-rich plants? A researcher from the Department of Agroecology at Aarhus University has been awarded a prestigious Sapere Aude grant to investigate just that.
Researchers from Aarhus University provide a thorough insight into how the interaction between plant chemistry and microbiomes is affected during an attack by a fungal pathogen. This knowledge improves the possibilities of exploiting plant chemistry and microbiomes in crop protection
In a new project funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark, researchers from Aarhus University will investigate the possibilities for a cost-effective and efficient way to reduce pesticides leaching from Danish agricultural fields. The project "Novel rhizosphere-activated hydroxyl radical oxidation of pesticides", or OHiROOT for short, will use iron-modified biochar and wetland plants to remediate pesticide polluted fields and water bodies in an economical and efficient way.
Mogens H. Greve is our new Professor of Pedology and Digital Soil Mapping at the Department of Agroecology at Aarhus University. He will be celebrated at an inaugural lecture on 15 December 2022 at 11.00 - 13.00.
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On 15 December, the inaugural lecture of our professor Mogens H. Greve at the Department of Agroecology - Aarhus University in Foulum (AU Viborg).
3rd joint event of the three research projects funded under the EU Horizon 2020 call on climate-smart and resilient farming: AGROMIX, MIXED and…
The International Grassland Congress promotes interchange of information on all aspects of natural and cultivated grasslands and forage crops for the…
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