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Photo: Md Maniruzzaman Sikder

2021.05.31 |

PhD defence: What is the mechanism behind host-nematode interactions?

Mechanisms of plant-nematode interactions in natural soils are not well-known as the majority of our current findings are derived from in vitro bioassays.

2021.05.31 |

Webinar on the 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.

Photo: Lars Kruuse - AU Foto

2021.05.26 |

Nine recommendations for the implementation of more wetlands in the future

Researchers from Aarhus University, among others, have compared wetland programs in Denmark and Sweden over the past 35 years. It has resulted in nine recommendations for an improved implementation of wetlands.

Juvenile root knot nematodes. Photo: Md Maniruzzaman Sikder

2021.05.26 |

Plants can scare away harmful nematodes

By using some very special substances called benzoxazinoids, plants such as maize can scare certain species of plant parasitic nematodes away from the roots. In other words, plants have their very own defence system, which researchers from, among others, the Department of Agroecology at Aarhus University have investigated.

[Translate to English:] NuReDrain virtuel konference d. 1. juni 2021.

2021.05.21 |

Virtual conference: How to filter nitrogen and phosphorus from agricultural water

Join a virtual conference organised by NuReDrain. Here you will meet a number of exciting speakers from, among others, Aarhus University, the University of Copenhagen, Ghent University and Rostock University. With a focus on the latest knowledge, they will talk about filter systems to best prevent nitrogen and phosphorus from being leached through…

Photo: Shuxuan Jing

2021.05.19 |

PhD-defence: Is lack of pollination the main reason for the low seed yield in red clover?

Seed production of red clover largely depends on bumble bee’s pollination. However, pollination under field conditions is complex.

Liming in Aaskov. Photo: Henning Carlo Thomsen.

2021.05.05 |

Liming on acidic soils reduces nitrous oxide emissions and increases yields

Researchers from Aarhus University and the Norwegian University of Life Sciences have found that when farmers apply lime to acidic fields, they can not only increase crop production, but also reduce nitrous oxide emissions and increase the soil capacity to oxidize methane, thereby contributing to climate change mitigation.