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Grow - Field Days

Food4Sutainability, BGI and EIT Food's Grow program are launching Grow Field Days.

In three field trips, we'll address issues related to soil and plant health, with a practical view of the problems and solutions for more sustainable agriculture.

 

There will be three farmer-to-farmer events!

All sessions start at 9.30am and end at 12.30pm, at the meetingpoint.

At the end of each visit, you can join us for lunch, upon registration and payment of 10€.

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MeetingPoint

  • Biodiverse hedges - agents for fixing and multiplying pollinators and helpers

  • Weed control technologies (soil)

  • Soil nutrition - Incorporating organic matter

  • New microbiology tools

MeetingPoint

  • Mycorrhization, the challenge. What does it involve?

  • Organic matter in horticultural production

  • Regenerative agriculture: demystifying the concept

  • New microbiology tools

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MeetingPoint

  • Bioreactors: multiply beneficial microorganisms for your crops

  • Which inoculums to select?

  • New microbiology tools

Rethinking Farming

Building Global Innovators (BGI), Idanha-a-Nova's collaborative laboratory - Food4Sustainability CoLAB (F4S), Lund University, Queens University, Polish Academy of Science, Bavarian State Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Forestry (StMELF) and Maspex, have teamed up with the leading European food innovation initiative, EIT Food, to organise the Grow Workshops in Portugal - educational sessions to debate trends and emerging technologies in the area of sustainability in the agricultural sector.

Module I - Session 1
Rethinking agriculture - Demystifying the eco-regimes in PEPAC

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sessão 2

Module I - Session 2
Rethinking agriculture - Soil health

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sessão 3
sessão 4

Module I - Session 3
Rethinking agriculture - Plant health

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Module I - Session 4
Rethinking agriculture - Soil microbiome