Sveriges lantbruksuniversitet

Department of Biosystems and Technology


Det finns 177 sidor som är taggade med Department of Biosystems and Technology:

BIOINVENT

Permanent grassland ecosystems provide multi-functional services. Besides feed and food production, they are of primary importance for conservation of above- and belowground biodiversity, and

Aquaponic cultivation in the shadow of fish feed sources

Aquaponic cultivation in the shadow of fish feed sources

The main objective of the current application is to apply for seed money to write a research proposal focusing on developing a sustainable aquaponics system including feed based on black soldier fly

Climate Change Adaptability

Climate Change Adaptability

The Climate-CAFE project focuses on increasing the “adaptive capacity” of arable and forage crops to climate change (CC). The project uses an interdisciplinary approach to evaluate traditional and

Swedish organic lentils

Swedish organic lentils

Cultivation strategies for production of an attractive food crop This project will investigate possibilities to increase the Swedish organic production of lentil; a food legume that is perceived by

Sustainability Assessment of Diversified Cropping Systems

Sustainability Assessment of Diversified Cropping Systems

The sustainability assessment project has a wider aim to understand how cropping system diversification influence the dynamics of the agroecosystem functions in the Scania region. An important aim is

SolACE - Solutions for improving Agroecosystem and Crop Efficiency for water and nutrient use

SolACE - Solutions for improving Agroecosystem and Crop Efficiency for water and nutrient use

SolACE's overarching goal is to help European agriculture facing the challenge to deal with more frequent combined limitations of water and nutrients in the coming decades, through the design of

Redesigning European cropping systems based on species MIXtures (ReMIX)

Redesigning European cropping systems based on species MIXtures (ReMIX)

EU agriculture needs to develop transition pathways towards agroecology-based, resilient and sustainable farming systems, combining the goals of ensuring productivity with achieving environmentally,

Nutritional quality and pre-crop value of organically grown lentils

Nutritional quality and pre-crop value of organically grown lentils

Growing and eating more legumes, e.g. beans, lentils and peas, will have large positive effects on agricultural sustainability. Legumes provide nutritious and health-promoting food as well as

New Legume Foods - Innovative legume-based foods and drinks for enhanced resource use efficiency in food systems

New Legume Foods - Innovative legume-based foods and drinks for enhanced resource use efficiency in food systems

The modern food system is heavily dependent on fossil fuels and is a main driver of many environmental impacts. Currently, a large portion of the human-edible biomass, such as cereals and grain

Diversification through Rotation, Intercropping, Multiple Cropping, Promoted with Actors and value-Chains towards Sustainability (DiverIMPACTS)

Diversification through Rotation, Intercropping, Multiple Cropping, Promoted with Actors and value-Chains towards Sustainability (DiverIMPACTS)

The project will demonstrate the benefits of crop diversification. Furthermore, the project strives to support the removal of barriers to crop diversification, and it will help to promote the uptake

Grödors ogräskonkurrerande egenskaper

Grödors ogräskonkurrerande egenskaper

The aim of this project "Crops weed competing properties" is to introduce cost-effective and environmentally friendly methods where the crops weed competition is optimally used for a sustainable weed

Cropping Systems Ecology

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

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