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Department of Nutrition and Food Science (Institution)

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Edmund Mach Foundation (Institution)

The Edmund Mach Foundation promotes and carries out research, scientific experiments, education and training activities as well as providing technical assistance and extensions services to companies. These activities are aimed at promoting cultural and socio-economic growth in the agricultural sector and at developing the forestry and agro-alimentary systems, with particular regard for the...


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Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry Laimburg (Institution)

It is impossible to imagine agriculture in South Tyrol without the Laimburg Research Centre for Agriculture and Forestry. Through meticulous research and scientific experimentation, Laimburg works in collaboration with the farming industry, continually seeking new solutions to our ever-changing agricultural problems. Over the last thirty years, Laimburg Research Centre has established itself as...


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Collaborative project: Priming for enhanced defense as a strategy to optimize crop resistance and as a possible breeding target (Project)

The “primed state” allows plants a faster and stronger response to stress situations. In agriculture, this phenomenon is used for plant protection. Today, we know a number of small molecules inducing this primed state. Additionally, also microbiome can have priming-inducing properties. There is good evidence for cultivar-specific variation of the capacity to induce the priming state. However,...


Funding period : 2016 - 2019

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Collaborative project: Priming for enhanced defense as a strategy to optimize crop resistance and as a possible breeding target - subproject D (Project)

The “primed state” allows plants a faster and stronger response to stress situations. In agriculture, this phenomenon is used for plant protection. Today, we know a number of small molecules inducing this primed state. Additionally, also microbiome can have priming-inducing properties. There is good evidence for cultivar-specific variation of the capacity to induce the priming state. However,...


Funding period : 2016 - 2019

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Cycle-Test – Development of a real-life test cycle for wood boilers (Project)

The aim of the project is the development of a test stand method for a close-to-real-life evaluation of efficiency and pollutant emissions of biomass boilers using wood pellets or wood chips. The method is based on a load cycle which shall proportionally reflect all load levels of a typical user pattern in a full year and allows a realistic boiler evaluation regarding annual efficiency and...


Funding period : 2019 - 2022

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Development of an innovative, marketable protein feed from local alfalfa for beef, pork and poultry feed (Project)

A new, marketable protein feed with a high concentration of protein from local alfalfa should be developed within the project. Studies have shown that the crude protein content in young plant parts and leaves reaches between 26 and 35 % whereas it reaches only between 14 and 18 % in the whole plant. To overcome the disadvantage of low nutrient density, it is planned to develop a new protein...


Funding period : 2019 - 2021

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Humuvation - Innovative cultivation systems to promote yield stability and humus formation (Project)

Agriculture has the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and fix carbon through innovative farming systems and humus building. In this project, cultivation systems are combined and adapted to the climatic conditions in Hessen in order to ensure humus formation and yield stability. Multifactorial effects on the environment, climate and food production through the use of new intercropping...


Funding period : 2020 - 2022