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Department of Biosystems and Technology


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Long-term benefits and trade-offs of crop diversification in two organic crop rotations in Scania

The project aims to quantify the long-term benefits and identify the tradeoffs of a diversified crop rotation vis-à-vis a reference crop rotation in Scania as the benefits of crop diversification,

Department of Biosystems and Technology

At the Department of Biosystems and Technology we explore interactions between soil, plants, animals, environment, climate and humans in systems for sustainable production of food and renewable raw

About the department

At the Department of Biosystems and Technology we explore interactions between soil, plants, animals, environment, climate and humans in systems for sustainable production of food and renewable raw

Can cows learn to associate an odour with something pleasant

Aim and background In animals, olfaction is still a rather unexplored area. Research have mainly focussed on dogs’ abilities to sniff bombs, persons or diseases, or rodents olfactory abilities to be

Projects

Project descriptions divided by subject areas at BT

Applied Statistics

The statisticians at the LTV-faculty have their positions at the Department of Biosystems and Technology but is a resource for SLU in general through the center Statistics@SLU . The unit consists of

Animal Environment and Building Function

The subject area includes research, collaboration, and teaching about the impact of technology and housing environment in different management systems for livestock production with special emphasize

Microbial Horticulture

Our research considers sustainable horticultural production in a broad perspective, i.e healthy horticultural plants, good agricultural and manufacturing practices, safe and health-promoting products

Horticultural Production Physiology

The research within horticultural production physiology aims at increasing the knowledge of how to, in long-term sustainable production systems, steer horticultural crops to the desired development

Cropping Systems Ecology

The Cropping Systems Ecology (CSE) subject area develops the knowledge on the interaction between crops, species in diversified crops, soil, weeds, cultivation methods and the environment. We use a

Technology and Digitalization for Animal and Plant Production

The subject area Technology and digitalization for animal and plant production includes research, innovation, teaching and collaboration regarding technical systems within both agriculture and

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