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2021.06.16 | Research, Agro, DCA

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.

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2021.06.16 | Research, Agro, DCA, Virkemidler, Kvalitetsegenskaber, Nature, environment and climate, Crops

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.

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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.

2021.06.09 | Conference, Agro

Conference on sense of taste and sustainability

How can our sense of taste help ensure new and more sustainable food choices? This is the theme of the innovative and interdisciplinary conference "Creative Tastebuds", which will be held in August as a collaboration between Aarhus University, the research and dissemination centre Smag for Livet and the Institute of Meals. Everyone is welcome -…

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2021.06.09 | Research, Agro, DCA, Forædling og plantebeskyttelse

Researchers lay the genetic foundation to future ergot management in rye

How does ergot infect rye, and which genes play an important role in resisting the disease? These are questions researchers from Department of Agroecology have explored as part of an industrial post doc collaboration with Nordic Seed. The results will pave the way for better understanding of the complex mechanisms of ergot, which can be utilised…

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