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Greenresilient – Organic and bio-dynamic vegetable production in low-energy greenhouses

The main objective of the Greenresilient project (Organic and bio-dynamic vegetable production in low-energy GREENhouses – sustainable, RESILIENT and innovative foodproduction systems) is to demonstrate that an agroecological approach to greenhouse production is feasible and allows the establishment of robust agroecosystems in different European areas. More

 

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On 6-8 September 2019, the Greenresilient project was showcased at the annual Food Festival in…

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On August 7th, a presentation of the Greenresilient project was held during a special day dedicated…

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On a warm and sunny day in June, between 15 and 20 growers, advisors, teachers and companies related…

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On Friday 28th June, the vegetable research center Kruishoutem (PCG) held an open day focusing on…

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Aarhus University will hold an open house on 27 June 2019, which will focus on Agroecological…

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After the harvest of winter leafy vegetables, radished were sown and the Belgian experimental site…

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The new GREENRESILIENT video explains how pitfall traps are being used in the project and explains…

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The Italian report entitled “Un piatto di salute” (“A dish of health”) addresses the controversy…

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In the Greenresilient project, the Research Group for Organic Farming (GRAB) is testing innovative…

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Pests and diseases are often suppressed by various species of natural enemies and antagonists that…

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