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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 157 pages tagged with Agricultural science:

Department of Forest Mycology and Plant Pathology

We undertake fundamental and applied research on plant-microbe interactions, mycology, microbial ecology and evolution, as well as biodiversity. Central themes are forest and plant pathology, and


A platform for strengthening and further develop digital decision support systems to face new information demand for sustainable and efficient agricultural production. Research in LADS is carried out

Vallsat: Satellite-based digital tools for ley management

In this project, we will update satellite data with simple dynamic models for leys, to improve the forecasts of harvest time and nutrient content and create a useful decision support system (DSS).

Sustainable Plant Production

Which factors and processes affect the sustainability and multifunctionality of agricultural production systems? How does climate change affect todays and future plant production? If you want to


The Interdisciplinary Academy is a programme at SLU with the aim of promoting and exploring cross-disciplinary research at SLU.

Future sustainable agriculture needs you

What we choose to grow and what methods we are using matters to sustainably feed the world. “The ecology of cropping systems” course gives you the opportunity to understand how crops are produced,

Sustainable food

Agriculture is connected to several of today’s sustainability challenges, such as climate change, biodiversity decline, land use and food security. SLU´s new course in sustainable food production

Undergraduate studies

The Department of Crop Production Ecology provides education in the biology and ecology of cultivated crops and their production. The Department also provides courses on how production methods and

Our Forage course will give you important knowledge for future agriculture

Are you interested in future agriculture and food? Then you really should attend SLU's course about forage. Ley (temporary grasslands) is the most commonly cultivated crop in Sweden, and it is also

Lifeplan Röbäcksdalen

SITES Röbäcksdalen is one of several SITES stations which participates in Lifeplan, the large global monitoring program for biodiversity. The collection in onging during 2021-2025. Röbäcksdalen - a

More about SITES

The infrastructure at Röbäcksdalen has excellent conditions for teaching, research, and applied studies in crop production, soil science, climate studies, feeding of forages, and ecosystem studies in

Röbäcksdalen Research Station and Röbäcksdalens Research dairy farm

We carry out research and monitoring in a variety of areas such as agricultural science, ecology, climatology, phenology, geochemistry, biology, agroecology, soil science, animal science, food