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Agricultural sciences

Agricultural science include plant production, plant genetics, plant breeding, plant protection, plant pathology, agricultural ecology, agricultural technology and agricultural history.

There are 153 pages tagged with Agricultural science:


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BVF - Ökad kunskap om etiologin bakom digital dermatit

Digital dermatitis is a leading cause of lameness in dairy cattle, it is an animal welfare problem and leads to economic losses for the farmers. The etiology of the disease is still under debate.

Agricultural Economics and Management

Campus Uppsala Uppsala is Sweden’s fourth largest city, and the hub of SLU’s educational activities. Located just outside of the city centre, SLU’s Uppsala campus is spacious, leafy and picturesque

Agrarian history

Here we present our research activities - with projects and publications.

Jan Stenlid symposium

Welcome to an international symposium in honor of Professor Jan Stenlid! The sympoisum takes place at Krusenberg Herrgård in Uppsala, Sweden 22-24 September 2022.


Program for the symposium "Breaking new grounds in forest pathology", an international symposium in honor of Professor Jan Stenlid. 22 September 17.00-18.00: Registration and mingle 18.00-21.00:

Department of Agricultural Research for Northern Sweden

Research and education are carried out in an interdisciplinary environment in close collaboration between soil, plant, and animal disciplines. The department is organised jointly between the Faculty


The Eutrophication Programme is intended to provide data on which to base action to combat eutrophication of our aquatic systems. It should provide an up-to-date picture of the source and size of

Agricultural landscapes

We monitor the agricultural landscape and contribute to an overall picture of the environmental quality in the agricultural landscape. The results are used for evaluations of the Swedish



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Registrater for the symposium "Breaking new grounds in forest pathology" 22-24 September. There are 90 spots for the symposium with a first come, first served basis. Program Speakers

Sustainable systems for food, energy and biomaterials

agnes.soto@slu.se medium Sustainable systems for food, energy and biomaterials (SSFEB) Our research school aims to offer broad knowledge and insight in the technical, environmental, economic and