Our research made understandable: robust tubers!
For plants to develop properly they need the following three main nutrients: nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.
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Landrace varieties have their place in people’s plates
Rare tomato varieties that have been released from the gene bank were rated as outstanding by one of the most popular Hungarian gastro bloggers. Dóra Havas (author of Lila füge (Purple Fig) foodblog) emphasized the importance of spreading Hungarian landraces during the harvest organized in the “Garden Border” (Kerthatár) Community Garden of the Hungarian Contemporary Architecture Centre (KÉK)
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Alternatives to Chemical Pesticides: 24 European Research Institutes Undertake an Ambitious Roadmap
A strong demand from public authorities, agriculture professionals, and society in general, all over Europe, has spurred collaborative research in order to accelerate the agroecological transition.
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Researchers present best organic agricultural practices
In 45 thematic sessions with a total audience of around 5000 was held the first open day of the Research Institutes of Organic Agriculture.
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ÖMKi: Our food supply can be made more sustainable by developing local supply chains and reducing waste
October 16 is World Food Day and World Bread Day In preparation for World Food Day, which is celebrated together with World Bread Day on 16 October, the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (ÖMKi) is promoting the consumption of healthy foods, the preservation of our food security, and the production of high-quality, local organic foods. The latest results of ÖMKi’s nationwide, small-plot winter wheat variety tests have recently been published and have the potential to further increase the proportion of wheat grown under organic cultivation on Hungary’s arable land, as well as the range of products made from organic wheat flour in domestic bakeries and on consumers' tables.
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