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The german national forest inventory (NFI) is an important instrument for forest policy of the federal and state governments. It is also increasingly used for practice-relevant research on tree species distribution and site productivity. However, the data on soil and climate at the NFI sites are covered only unsatisfactorily. The primary objective of this research project is therefore to combine...

Funding period : 2014 - 2017

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Genomics-based improvement of adapted soybean germplasm and establishment of a molecular screening system for soybean pathogens, Sub-project 4: Phenotyping of a population basing on parental lines with differences in chilling tolerance regarding pod set after a chilling period (Project)

Legumes have a range of positive impacts on agro-ecosystems and are therefore a key element for a responsible and sustainable use of agricultural resources. Thereby, the soybean plays a decisive role as worldwide most important legume. However, soybean cultivation in Germany is limited due to the unfavorable climate conditions. Aim of this project is to improve the prerequisites for an extension...

Funding period : 2015 - 2018

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Collaborative project: Breeding fast growing tree species of the genus Populus, Robinia and Salix for the production of renewable resources in the short rotation. Subproject 4: Variety testing (for cultivation) of existing and newly bred clones of black and balsam poplar in short rotation (Project)

Breeding of fast-growing varieties of the genus Populus, Robinia, and Salix for the production of renewable resources in short rotation coppice plantations. Main objectives are selection, genetic characterisation, testing of resistance, and hybridisation of poplars within the section Populus as well as the cultivation of plants for test plantations. Plus trees and stands of black locust will be...

Funding period : 2015 - 2018

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The objective of SoFI is to support a site specific and resource efficient application of nutrients as well as measures to optimize soil conservation by developing services providing site specific geoinformation with respect to the aims of the program of supporting innovation of the BMEL regarding the reduction of greenhouse gases. The new fertilization ordinance (Düngeverordnung, DÜV) leads to...

Funding period : 2018 - 2021

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Collaborative project: Breeding and mass propagation of peat moss in Sphagnum farming to create a sustainable supply of renewable raw material for horticultural growing media. Subproject 4: Optimization of non-axenic mass propagation of Sphagnum seeding material on irrigated fleece (Project)

To reach high yields and thus make Sphagnum farming economically feasible the joint project ‘MOOSzucht’ aims to increase current Sphagnum productivity by 30 % through selection and breeding. Several wild provenances of Sphagnum species (suited for growing media) will be genetically characterized (SSR marker assays) to understand the relationship between and distribution of Sphagnum genotypes....

Funding period : 2017 - 2021

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GABI - BEET PHYSICAL MAP: A Physical Map of the Sugar Beet Genome to Integrate Genetics and Genomics - Beet Physical Map - Subproject 4 (Project)

This project aims at the construction of a physical, BAC-based map of the sugar beet genome. Such a map is of central strategic importance for marker assisted breeding, for straight-forward positional cloning of genes, and for the integration of molecular resources that have already been generated by German sugar beet breeders. Map construction will be based on the hybridisation of specific 35mer...

Funding period : 2004 - 2007