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  • Bettina Rocha
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    bettina.rocha@ble.de
  • Natascha Orthen
    +49 (0)228 / 68 45 - 32 68
    natascha.orthen@ble.de

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Rhizo-bacteria-supported optimization of lentil cultivation with consideration of bioeconomic added value

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Authority

Ministerium für Ländlichen Raum und Verbraucherschutz

Federal State

Baden-Wurttemberg

Contact

Kernerplatz 10
70182 Stuttgart

Website: External link to the authority

Project Title

Rhizo-bacteria-supported optimization of lentil cultivation with consideration of bioeconomic added value

Project description

The lens is one of the oldest cultivated plants and an important source of protein for humans. Until the 40s of the last century it was cultivated in Baden-Württemberg on large areas (up to 4500 ha). After that, cultivation declined completely throughout Germany. For almost 10 years, the lentil has been cultivated again in Baden-Württemberg, although the area under cultivation is still clearly
can be enlarged.
In this project, the cultivation of the lens is to be improved through the use of bacteria inoculant, thus increasing the economic efficiency of lens cultivation.
The planned project is divided into 3 phases:
1) Isolation & testing of the rhizobia and bacteria species in vascular experiments, selection of the bacterial mixtures with a clear positive effect on the growth of the lens.
2) Testing of the mixtures selected in phase 1 in exact experiments in the field at different locations; events for interested practitioners at the experimental sites
3) formulation of the inoculant, which consists of the bacterial strains that
have shown the best effect on the plant growth of the lens.

Final report

Results and the Final report will be found here, as soon as the project is completed.

Key words

  • Farming practice/activity
  • Plant production and horticulture
  • Biodiversity

Main funding source

Rural development 2014-2020 for Operational Groups (in the sense of Art 56 of Reg.1305/2013)

OG contact information

nadicom Gesellschaft für angewandte Mikrobiologie mbH
Dr. Bernhard Nüßlein
Siemensstraße 23
76033 Uhingen

Phone: 01718112192

Email: info@nadicom.com

Type of OG partners

  • Farmer
  • Farmer
  • Farmer

Begin of project

2018

Project status

ongoing

Total budget applied for in EUR

654,423

NUTS3 CODE

DE114 Göppingen

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