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Integrating Farming and Forestry

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Trees and Livestock - Buckinghamshire

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Biogreenhouse training school

Category: News
6 June 2014

Soil fertility, Suppressiveness & Water management strategies towards sustainable and productive organic greenhouse agriculture

The COST Action Biogreenhouse project has organised a training school at the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari (IAMB), Italy. It will run from the 15th to the 19th of September, and there are still places available!

The aim is to train Master/PhD students and young researchers of COST network (about 30 participants with about 15 students having COST grants) on efficient, sustainable and safe fertility and water management strategies for organic greenhouse production in different pedoclimatic conditions: Mediterranean and North-European Regions.

For more information: Training School@IAMB September 2014

Keywords: biogreenhouse protected cropping soil fertility water

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