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Department of Crop Production Ecology


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Restoring rangelands for nutrition and health for humans and livestock

Drylands Transform is the new interdisciplinary research project starting up in the border region between Uganda and Kenya. The research team –coordinated by SLU – wants to modify the ongoing

dna-lab ekologi

With molecular methods researchers can discover ecological relationships that they have not been able to study before. It may concern which prey species predatory insects may eat or which kind of

Restoring rangelands for nutrition and health for humans and livestock

Drylands Transform is the new interdisciplinary research project starting up in the border region between Uganda and Kenya. The research team –coordinated by SLU – wants to modify the ongoing

119 ways to measure farming sustainability

“The tools that exist to measure sustainability of farms are very diverse, and they are used in very different ways.” Researcher Pierre Chopin has, together with colleagues, compared 119 tools with

119 ways to measure farming sustainability

“The tools that exist to measure sustainability of farms are very diverse, and they are used in very different ways.” Researcher Pierre Chopin has, together with colleagues, compared 119 tools with

Contribute to future crops – learn to understand phenotyping

Phenotyping is important for modern plant breeding. With this technique, a large quantity of traits can be measured and new varieties can be developed faster. The plant breeding industry needs people

Raising the pulse of cropping systems

Raising the pulse of cropping systems

Raising the pulse of cropping systems; Constraints and opportunities for legume production in Northern Europe lisa.beste@slu.se Constraints and opportunities for legume production in Northern

Raising the pulse of cropping systems

Raising the pulse of cropping systems

Raising the pulse of cropping systems; Constraints and opportunities for legume production in Northern Europe lisa.beste@slu.se Constraints and opportunities for legume production in Northern

SciFest: Evening for teachers

SciFest: Evening for teachers

SciFest: Evening for teachers agnes.bondesson@slu.se Welcome to an evening full of interesting conversations about global food security and SLU Youth Institute. During the event we will talk

Jonathan Cope

Jonathan Cope

Jonathan Cope is a postdoktor specializing in cereal genetics. His main research focus is part of the Healthy Roots (HeRo) project looking at the effect of the root architecture of wheat on plant

SciFest: Evening for teachers

SciFest: Evening for teachers

SciFest: Evening for teachers agnes.bondesson@slu.se Welcome to an evening full of interesting conversations about global food security and SLU Youth Institute. During the event we will talk

Research collaboration with low income countries

Research collaboration with low income countries

Seminar: Research collaboration with low income countries Reaching the sustainable development goals requires research collaborations across borders, academic disciplines, research interests and

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