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Beef from dairy cattle production is much more climate-friendly than beef from extensively farmed beef production. Photo: Colourbox

2016.05.10 |

Not all kinds of beef are climate culprits

Beef production emits greenhouse gases and thus contributes to global warming – but not all types of beef production contribute equally to the problem.

A new report from DCA provides an overview of the plant protection trials. Photo: Colourbox

2016.05.27 |

A survey of crop protection

The results from the 2015 crop protection trials are now available in a report from DCA – Danish Centre for Food and Agriculture.

Integrated pest management is the way to go in order to protect minor crops against diseases, weeds and pests. Photo: Colourbox

2016.04.17 |

Minor crops need major help to remain sustainable

The absence of viable plant protection solutions for minor crops costs more than one billion euros per year and impacts nine million hectares throughout Europe.

How the concept of sustainability is used in connection with biomass varies. Photo: Colourbox

2016.04.17 |

Sustainability criteria for food and non-food biomass have been mapped

Production of biomass needs to be sustainable, but there are different definitions for sustainability criteria. Scientists at Aarhus University have reviewed how these definitions vary across different European countries.