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New Regional Meeting at the Continental pedoclimatic region

23 participants between biologists, agronomists and geographers participated at the event organized by our German partner FAR in collaboration with Stiftung Rheinische Kulturlandschaft. The online meeting celebrated on 10th January was held to give a general overview of the SoildiverAgro project and a more specific one about the latest practices and results in the region. The Stiftung Rheinische Kulturlandschaft is a non-profit organization with the following aim: Promotion of nature and landscape protection by maintaining and promoting the uniqueness, diversity…
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New SoildiverAgro Booklet explaining Regional Communities and case studies

SoildiverAgro project has created this nice booklet explaining the Regional Communities and Case studies related. Also, infographics around each case study were created to better understand the processes involved. Have a look at the complete booklet here or explore region by region: Boreal Nemoral Atlantic Central Continental Lusitanian Mediterranean South
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Inorde donates 8,000 kilos of potatoes to the Food Bank

Inorde has donated nearly 8,000 kilos of potatoes from A Limia, from the European crop diversification project SoildiverAgro, to the Ourense Food Bank. “It is the first of a series of deliveries with which we want to collaborate with the people and families who need it most,” says the president of the economic institute, Rosendo Fernández.

Soildiveragro at the EIP Agri Farm-Data seminar

Our partner Roosi Soosaar from the Nemoral region is presenting SoildiverAgro project case study (CS12) – spore sampler (in Estonia). Watch the video she prepares here: “Our goal is to improve the ecological sustainability of disease management, through more targeted fungicide applications. For most pathogens, it takes several weeks from the actual infection to the onset of symptoms. To avoid unnecessary spraying we target disease control based on monitoring of phytopathogenic fungi in the area” Roosi Soosaar If you want…

Proceedings Book from FAO symposium has been released

SoildiverAgro actively participated during the Global Symposium on Soil Biodiversity (GSOBI21) which brought together over 5,000 participants from 160 countries. This event organised by the FAO has now published its proceedings book where two SoildiverAgro abstracts from UVigo are included on page 370 (M.J. Briones) and 815 (D.Fernández), download here: Proceedings of the Global Symposium on Soil Biodiversity 2021 (fao.org) Interesting ideas, actions and gaps were shared and discussed through interactive plenary and parallel sessions. All agreed that soil biodiversity…
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Launch of SoildiverAgro Community, a network to exchange experiences and gain knowledge linked with production and ecosystem services

SoildiverAgro project launches the Stakeholders Community conformed by different stakeholders managing agro-ecosystems, which will be the primary beneficiaries of the project outcomes. Around each case study, volunteer farmers will be enrolled in Regional Communities to improve knowledge exchange between scientists, and stakeholders, to co-create new knowledge, to put into practice research results, to boost interactive and demand-driven innovation, and moreover to focus on real problems or opportunities that farmers are facing. These engaging activities are essential to demonstrate and promote…

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