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Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Ernährung, Landwirtschaft und Verbraucherschutz
Lower Saxony and Bremen
Calenberger Straße 2
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Green bridge to regenerative climate-adapted agriculture: Biotisation of seeds for nutrient management, humus formation and CO2 binding in maize
In the BioSeed project, seven factors for regenerative agriculture are being networked: (1) Comparison of organic/conventional/conservative cultivation, (2) use of mycorrhizal fungi and of (3) soil bacteria, (4) seed treatment, (5) cultivation of catch crops, (6) determination of the glomaline fraction and the water storage capacity of the soil, and (7) carbon sequestration. In the innovation field of 'Regenerative Agriculture', experienced partners are working together to develop practical and economical methods for resource-saving nutrient and plant protection management in conventional/conservation and organic farming, with humus formation and strengthening of soil life. The biotisation of seeds improves the greenhouse gas balance of maize cultivation. Thus, BioSeed contributes to a safe and sustainable food supply, improves processes for environmental conservation, climate change mitigation and adaptation to its effects. At the same time, it provides the necessary bridge between cutting-edge research and technology and farmers, companies, NGOs and advisory services.
Results and the Final report will be found here, as soon as the project is completed.
Rural development 2014-2020 for Operational Groups (in the sense of Art 56 of Reg.1305/2013)
Institut für Pflanzenkultur e.K.