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Intensive agriculture contributes to global warming and affects the ozone layer

Fertilizers in agriculture bring food to the table for half of the human population, but simultaneously benefit soil bacteria that produce powerful greenhouse gases. A new thesis from SLU shows that

Intensive agriculture contributes to global warming and affects the ozone layer

Fertilizers in agriculture bring food to the table for half of the human population, but simultaneously benefit soil bacteria that produce powerful greenhouse gases. A new thesis from SLU shows that

New grants for projects on plant diseases

Researchers at the Department of Forest Mycology and Plant Pathology have a received research grants of approximately 6 million SEK for two new research projects on integrated pest management. C-IPM

The plant as a controller of denitrification

The plant as a controller of denitrification

cajsa.lithell@slu.se A FoSW seminar with Dr. Tim Daniell from the Department of Animal and Plant Sciences at the University of Sheffield and Research Leader in Soil Ecology at the James Hutton

The plant as a controller of denitrification

The plant as a controller of denitrification

cajsa.lithell@slu.se A FoSW seminar with Dr. Tim Daniell from the Department of Animal and Plant Sciences at the University of Sheffield and Research Leader in Soil Ecology at the James Hutton

Forestry and fungi – a neglected relationship

The consequences of forestry on fungal communities are seldom up to discussion in the debate, but new results indicate that logging have long-term impacts on important fungal groups. Disturbing the

Forestry and fungi – a neglected relationship

The consequences of forestry on fungal communities are seldom up to discussion in the debate, but new results indicate that logging have long-term impacts on important fungal groups. Disturbing the

Diss Martina Putz

Diss Martina Putz

Imprint of management on microbial communities in arable soil eva.andersson.bjorkman@slu.se Martina Putz defends her thesis "Imprint of management on microbial communities in arable soil" on 8 June

Diss Martina Putz

Diss Martina Putz

Imprint of management on microbial communities in arable soil eva.andersson.bjorkman@slu.se Martina Putz defends her thesis "Imprint of management on microbial communities in arable soil" on 8 June

Shade response in conifers

Shade response in conifers

cajsa.lithell@slu.se Welcome to a seminar with Dr. Rosario Garcia Gil from the Department of Forest Genetics and Plant Physiology, SLU in Umeå. A281, Lennart Kennes sal Uppsala aurelien.saghai@

Shade response in conifers

Shade response in conifers

cajsa.lithell@slu.se Welcome to a seminar with Dr. Rosario Garcia Gil from the Department of Forest Genetics and Plant Physiology, SLU in Umeå. A281, Lennart Kennes sal Uppsala aurelien.saghai@

Symposium in Uppsala on challenges and future prospects of biological control

The Centre for Biological Control, CBC, held a symposium in honor of Dr Margareta Hökeberg who will retire after a long and successful career as an internationally recognized expert in the use of