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2020.03.17 |

European Research Alliance works for agriculture of the future without chemical pesticides

Twenty-four European research organisations from 16 European countries have joined forces in a new research alliance to forge the foundation for reducing dependence on chemical pesticides in EU agriculture. The initiative is called 'Towards a Chemical Pesticide-free Agriculture', and the collaboration will rethink the way in which research is…

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2020.03.06 |

New model can predict if the soil is too wet or dry for tillage

Researchers from the Department of Agroecology at Aarhus University, among others, have created a model that will help farmers in the future predict whether their fields are too wet, dry or suitable for tillage.

Nematodes can cause great harm to crops, such as this rootknot on the roots of a carrot. Photo: Mette Vestergård

2020.03.04 |

Researchers compile and review literature on plant chemical impacts on nematodes

Certain nematodes can cause great damage to crops and yields, and they can be difficult to control. Researchers from the Department of Agroecology at Aarhus University have compiled and reviewed the literature to gain a better understanding of the nematodes and find more effective control possibilities.

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2020.03.02 |

Carbon is still active after 20 years in the soil

A 20-year-old experiment on Askov research station at Aarhus University has helped researchers from Aarhus University, among others, find out what happens to organic carbon, left in the soil for many years, and which organisms decompose it. The experiment shows that carbon, which has been fixed in the soil for many years, is still active and a…

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2020.03.02 |

Bio-based products of the future and sustainable alternatives

Agriculture in Europe is under pressure to meet environmental requirements, maintain high production and meet demands for a sustainable food supply. The use of fossil fuels and products, as well as imports of soy protein, have serious environmental and climatic consequences for vulnerable areas of the world. At a seminar and exhibition on 28 April…

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2020.02.28 |

New section leader in the Department of Agroecology

Professor of Crop Science and Water Management Mathias Neumann Andersen is as of 1 March, 2020 new Head of Section for Climate and Water in the Department of Agroecology.

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2020.02.25 |

Targeted set-aside of agricultural land provides effective reduction of nitrogen load

According to the Ministry of Environment and Food, Denmark should reduce the nitrogen load on coastal areas by 13,000 tonnes per year. Targeted measures will according to researchers from Aarhus University be able to reduce the required amount of Danish agricultural land from 35% of Danish agricultural land to just 23%.

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2020.02.24 |

New Head of Department at the Department of Agroecology

Jørgen E. Olesen is per 1 March 2020 employed as Head of Department at the Department of Agroecology after having been acting Head of Department since September 2019.

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2020.01.27 |

Optimisation of agricultural production systems for a future climate

Researchers from Aarhus University collaborate with researchers from the University of Copenhagen on the development of system analyses that can optimize climate change for food production and biomass use in Danish agriculture.

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2020.01.27 |

Researchers measure nitrate leaching using vegetation indices

Researchers from the Department of Agroecology at Aarhus University have found a method to assess the effect of cover crops on nitrate leaching using vegetation indices, which can be obtained by satellite or drone images.

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