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No soil left behind: How a cost-effective technology can enrich poor fields

Smallholder poverty in sub-Saharan Africa is often linked to sandy soils, which hold little water and are low in nutrients. A new technology may be able to enrich fields and farmers without massive

No soil left behind: How a cost-effective technology can enrich poor fields

Smallholder poverty in sub-Saharan Africa is often linked to sandy soils, which hold little water and are low in nutrients. A new technology may be able to enrich fields and farmers without massive

Anneli Lundqvist, plant production

Anneli Lundqvist, plant production

Anneli Lundqvist is an expert on plant production, especially on weed control.

Libère Nkurunziza

Libère Nkurunziza

L. Nkurunziza is a researcher with interests on farming and food systems. Nkurunziza's research emphasizes the evaluation and improvement of sustainable agricultural production systems to meet the

Diversifying the Farming Landscape: What will drive change?

Diversifying the Farming Landscape: What will drive change?

Diversifying the Farming Landscape: What will drive change? futurefood@slu.se Welcome to a seminar at the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry (KSLA) in Stockholm, with the SLU

Diversifying the Farming Landscape: What will drive change?

Diversifying the Farming Landscape: What will drive change?

Diversifying the Farming Landscape: What will drive change? futurefood@slu.se Welcome to a seminar at the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry (KSLA) in Stockholm, with the SLU

SLU väl representerat vid konferens om diversifiering av grödor

The European Conference on Crop Diversification was organized 18-20 September in Budapest, Hungary. The conference highlighted many benefits for the sustainability of European cropping systems by

Our Forage course will give you important knowledge for future agriculture

Are you interested in future agriculture and food? Then you really should attend SLU´s course about forage. Ley (temporary grassland) is the most commonly cultivated crop in Sweden, and it is also

SLU väl representerat vid konferens om diversifiering av grödor

The European Conference on Crop Diversification was organized 18-20 September in Budapest, Hungary. The conference highlighted many benefits for the sustainability of European cropping systems by

Stable yields also under extreme weather?

We design our infrastructures, such as bridges, to withstand catastrophic but infrequent events, like floods. Can we use similar reasoning to design our cropping systems? Researchers at SLU and

Serbian minister wants to learn more about SLU

The Serbian Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management is curious about the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences! During a few days in October Branislav Nedimovic will visit Sweden

Serbian minister wants to learn more about SLU

The Serbian Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Management is curious about the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences! During a few days in October Branislav Nedimovic will visit Sweden

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