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
portada video soil cartagena
Cartagena 2022 General Assembly
case study 8 field day
Case study 8. Intensive versus extensive versus vegetable organic farming. Atlantic Central (Belgium)

Faculty of Sciences
Polithecnic Building
32004 Ourense (Spain)

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