LIFE+ Crops for better Soil
“Crops for better soil” is an ambitious project that is going to cultivate in 400 hectares without irrigation in four different areas in Spain (Castilla la Mancha, Castilla y León, Aragón and Navarra). The aim is to demonstrate on a significant scale and with innovative measurement technologies that application of particular organic farming techniques can improve soil fertility by 20%. Meanwhile it will increase yields with the same percentage through optimal combinations of methodologies targeted to the specific soils and climatic conditions concerned..... >> Read more
Here you can read the official project form of the project "Crops for better soil" (LIFE10 ENV/ES/471) on the Europa.eu website.
Visit to Villafranca Suppliers from Castilla La Mancha Cooperative
The presentation of the LIFE10 ENV/ES/471 project took place at the facilities of the Agrarian Council of Villafranca de los Caballeros Local Government.read more »
International companies visit the fields in Aragón
Representatives of PrimaVera and Naturkorn&Hipp visited the project fields after meeting Transati at the Biofach fair.read more »
5th project meeting in Las Falces
The meeting comprised a visit the ecological fields of the project in Navarra after which a presentation was given on the state of operations.read more »
Sharing interests between projects in Wageningen
DLV Plant, a Dutch agricultural consultancy firm in Wageningen in the Netherlands, showed interest in the LIFE+ projects “Crops for Better Soil” and “Operation CO2”.read more »
The BioCultura fair in Bilbao
In October VIDASANA will distribute informative leaflets about the Life+ project “Crops for better soil” on the BioCultura fair in Bilbao.read more »
Crops for better Soil News
The presentation of the LIFE10 ENV/ES/471 project took place at the facilities of the Agrarian Council of Villafranca de los Caballeros Local Government.
Representatives of PrimaVera and Naturkorn&Hipp visited the project fields after meeting Transati at the Biofach fair.
May 23rd, Prof. Juan Pablo del Monte of the Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM) organized an educational visit for the students of his weed science class.