Diversification through rotation, intercropping, multiple cropping, promoted with actors and value-chains towards sustainabilityDetails
European Conference on Crop Diversification – Registration is open!
We are excited to inform you that the registration and submission of abstracts is now OPEN for the European Conference on Crop Diversification, which will take place from the 18th to 21st of September 2019 in Budapest, Hungary.Details
Professional workshop in Martonvásár for boosting organic soybean production
ÖMKi held a professional workshop on arable crop diversification and related new product paths, with a special focus on organic soybean production, at the Martonvásár Research Institute of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences on 27 March 2019.Details
Promoting crop diversification in European agriculture: first Conference on Crop Diversification
The first European Conference on Crop Diversification will take place from the 18th to the 21st of September 2019, in Budapest, Hungary.Details
Why is it so important to preserve diversity?
Recently, a questionnaire survey has been conducted within the project called Farmer’s Pride – focusing on the conservation of landraces – on how Hungarian people appreciate the preservation of agricultural diversity. During the survey wheat and cereal landraces were used as examples, and more age groups have been involved in the research including both people living in the countryside and city dwellers.Details
First European conference on crop diversification brings together more than 200 participants
The first European Conference on Crop Diversification took place from the 18th to the 21st of September 2019 in Budapest, Hungary. It explored the role of crop diversification and strategies towards sustainable agri-food systems. The DiverIMPACTS project, funded under the European Union’s Programme for Research and Innovation Horizon 2020, convened the conference in collaboration with its partner projects Diverfarming, DIVERSify, ReMIX, LegValue, and TRUE as well as the German programme INSUSFAR. The local host was DiverIMPACTS partner ÖMKI, the Hungarian Research Institute of Organic Agriculture.Details