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2019. August 8. International projects

DiverIMPACTS

Diversification through rotation, intercropping, multiple cropping, promoted with actors and value-chains towards sustainability

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2019. August 8. Arable research

Soy variety, soil and seed treatment trials

The areas under cultivation for organic soy have exceeded 1,000 hectares in the past years. However, this legume could play a much more significant role in crop rotation. Unfortunately, soy is one of the riskiest crop under organic farming system due to the severe effect of water deficit and inappropriate weed management on yield stability Therefore, we considered it important to have recommendations on varieties and cultivation technologies ready for farmers, based on which they can incorporate soy into their crop rotation systems with less risk.

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2019. April 12. News

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.

Diversification, soybean growing, soy, biosoy, agriculture, organic farming

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2020. October 12. News

Workshop about cultivation of organic soybeans

On the 10th of September 2020 ÖMKi organized a workshop in Püski and Győrsövényház, focusing on the cultivation of organic soybeans.

organic agriculture, soy, organic soy, soybean, organic soybean cultivation

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2020. December 28. News

Professional Forum on Organic Soybean Cultivation

ÖMKi has established a goal of developing sustainable, low-input, organic soybean production in a project implemented with the support of the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development, the practical implementation of which started in 2020, involving four soybean farms.

soy, organic soy, organic soybean cultivation, soybean growing, EAFRD

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