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Department of Crop Production Ecology

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Other activities

Our activities include seminars, workshops and field trips that aim to enrich our students knowledge and promote networking with other researchers, society and industry. Go back to the SSFEB main

Röbäcksdalen Field Research Station

The field research station carries out the official variety trials of forage crops, cereals and potatoes. Several long-term experiments are under the management of the field station, including

DT film from IGAD

One of our collaborating partners in Drylands Transform is the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD). Their work on dissemination of project activities is ongoing and has among other

Department of Agricultural Research for Northern Sweden

From January 1st 2023 NJV will no longer be an organisational unit at SLU. Our activities will continue as before, but within a new organisational structure. Read more on the about NJV page.

Predicting the growth and quality of silage maize using models and spectroscopy

The aim of this project is to use ecophysiological modelling based methods to predict agronomic and quality variables of silage maize in Sweden. Background Maize has become a major crop in many parts

About NJV

From January 1st 2023 NJV will no longer be a department. Our research and teaching activities will continue as before just within another organisational structure. You will still find us and our

Study visit and Workshop in Mörrum: Climate and Societal Benefits with Fast-Growing Broadleaves

anneli.adler@slu.se This workshop focuses on involving different stakeholders in current research on fast-growing broadleaves. Decision-makers who shape our landscapes with various regulations,

Seminar: Crop domestication shaping microbiomes

lisa.beste@slu.se Warmly welcome to the next VPE seminar which will be on “Crop domestication shaping microbiomes”. We have two exciting speakers for this session: Jos Raaijmakers, professor in

SITES Röbäcksdalen

Ecosystem science in an agricultural landscape SITES Röbäcksdalen SITES is a nationally co-ordinated infrastructure for terrestrial and limnological field research. The network extends throughout

The fusion of NJV + VPE

Since the first of January 2023 SLU has merged parts of the Department of Agricultural Research for Northern Sweden (NJV) with the Department of Crop Production Ecology (VPE). It is the NJV research

Seminar: Integrated pest management of aphids and why diversity matters

lisa.beste@slu.se Using aphids as an example, Alison Karley will summarise current knowledge about within-species variation in biocontrol resistance in the first Crop Production Ecology Monthly

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