Tag: agrobiodiversity

Embedding Cultivated Diversity in Society for Agro-Ecological Transition

How to foster agroecological transition by a more inclusive management of genetic resources

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Cleaning, drying and processing seed grown for sale – methods and kit

Presentation at 11th Organic Producers’ Conference: Rising to the challenge

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Growing seed and maintaining open pollinated vegetable varieties

Presentation at 11th Organic Producers’ Conference: Rising to the challenge

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ORC 17 Diversifying Arable Systems

Agricology video from 11th Organic Producers’ Conference: Rising to the challenge

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More crops in the farm, more diversity in the field - an update from DIVERSIFOOD

Presentation at 11th Organic Producers’ Conference: Rising to the challenge

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Cereal populations – changes to EU rules to allow marketing of seed

Presentation at 9th Organic Producers’ Conference: Practical research and innovation – diversity in practice

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Participatory Plant Breeding with diverse wheat populations

Presentation at 8th Organic producers’ Conference: Intensive sustainability or sustainable intensification – which way forward for organic farming?

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Biodiversity and choice under threat from proposed EU Seed and Plant Directive

Presentation at 8th Organic producers’ Conference: Intensive sustainability or sustainable intensification – which way forward for organic farming?

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The latest work on sustainable, organic and low input breeding from the SOLIBAM project

Presentation at 7th Organic Producers’ Conference: Making producer-led innovation a reality

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Cereal variety and population selection

Cereal breeding over the last half century has resulted in significant improvements in overall production. This review describes variety characteristics suitable for organic conditions, approaches to cereal breeding for organic systems, and finally the scope for the future.

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