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Plants eavesdropping on each other

The way plants communicate with each other can play a role for how different variety mixtures resist damage from insects, how quickly the plants grow and how efficiently they use resources. This was

Plants eavesdropping on each other

The way plants communicate with each other can play a role for how different variety mixtures resist damage from insects, how quickly the plants grow and how efficiently they use resources. This was

Plant-plant and plant-environment interactions for sustainable production systems

Plant-plant and plant-environment interactions for sustainable production systems

James is a PhD student at the Department of Crop Production Ecology. The ultimate goal of his research is to facilitate the exploitation of mixed species to its full potential and encourage a more

Plant-plant and plant-environment interactions for sustainable production systems

Plant-plant and plant-environment interactions for sustainable production systems

James is a PhD student at the Department of Crop Production Ecology. The ultimate goal of his research is to facilitate the exploitation of mixed species to its full potential and encourage a more

Food and the city

Food and the city

Food and the city. camilla.zakrisson.juhlin@slu.se Urban foodscapes in planning, design and governance of cities. Foto: Ingrid Sarlöv-Herlin 8.45-9.15 Coffee and registration. 9.15- 9.20 Welcome

Tammseminarium: Unforeseen trophic interactions in agricultural and natural systems influence herbivore populations

Tammseminarium: Unforeseen trophic interactions in agricultural and natural systems influence herbivore populations

Unforeseen trophic interactions in agricultural and natural systems influence herbivore populations Welcome to this Tamm Seminar by Associate Professor John Tooker Department of Entomology. Read

Tammseminarium: Unforeseen trophic interactions in agricultural and natural systems influence herbivore populations

Tammseminarium: Unforeseen trophic interactions in agricultural and natural systems influence herbivore populations

Unforeseen trophic interactions in agricultural and natural systems influence herbivore populations Welcome to this Tamm Seminar by Associate Professor John Tooker Department of Entomology. Read

Food and the city

Food and the city

Food and the city. camilla.zakrisson.juhlin@slu.se Urban foodscapes in planning, design and governance of cities. Foto: Ingrid Sarlöv-Herlin 8.45-9.15 Coffee and registration. 9.15- 9.20 Welcome

Food and the city

Food and the city

Food and the city. camilla.zakrisson.juhlin@slu.se Urban foodscapes in planning, design and governance of cities. Foto: Ingrid Sarlöv-Herlin 8.45-9.15 Coffee and registration. 9.15- 9.20 Welcome

Disp Iris Dahlin

Disp Iris Dahlin

Volatile mediated plant-plant communication in cultivar mixtures: From plant to aphid responses maisam.ali@slu.se Iris Dahlin defends her thesis "Volatile mediated plant-plant communication in

Disp Iris Dahlin

Disp Iris Dahlin

Volatile mediated plant-plant communication in cultivar mixtures: From plant to aphid responses maisam.ali@slu.se Iris Dahlin defends her thesis "Volatile mediated plant-plant communication in

Anna Lundmark

Anna Lundmark

Anna Lundmark is a communications officer at the departments of Ecology and Crop Production Ecology (Ecology Centre). She is working with web, social media, Wikipedia, media contacts, external

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