Case study 1: Use of soil biodiversity to reduce soil-borne diseases/pests incidence and increase nutrient availability in potatoes cropped in multiple cropping and rotations. Mediterranean South (Spain).
Case study 13: Increase of soil biodiversity through amendment of forest based organic material in potato crops (Finland)
Case study 15: Use of catch crop in farmed potatoes fields (Finland)
Finland hosts the first field visits
Cartagena 2022 General Assembly
Case study 8. Intensive versus extensive versus vegetable organic farming. Atlantic Central (Belgium)
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