Researchers and stakeholders active in two European Horizon 2020 projects, RELACS and Organic-PLUS came together for a webinar on 8 April 2021 to share lessons learned from project activities since 2018. The main areas examined were: reducing the use of copper and mineral oils for plant protection, animal-derived fertilisers from conventional farming, peat in growing
Interested in organic contaminants in recycled fertilizers? Register to RELACS webinar series! 3 March 2021 – 22 April 2021, online
The area under organic production is growing, leading to an increased demand for nutrient sources suitable for organic agriculture. FiBL is organizing a webinar series in the frame of the RELACS project, themed “Organic contaminants in recycled fertilizers and their fate in soil-plant systems: Knowledge gathering and discussion with organic stakeholders”. The workshop, taking place
Did you miss RELACS’ workshop on the replacement of anthelmintics at the Oxford Real Farm Conference? Then check out the project’s latest news story!
On 10 January 2021, RELACS’ project partners Soil Association and Scotland’s Rural College (SRUC) took part in the Oxford Real Farm Conference 2021 for a workshop session on “Worm Control Without Anthelmintics”. The event, organised and chaired by Soil Association’s Ana Allamand, took place via Zoom, bringing together over 150 participants from across the world.
The RELACS project’s third annual meeting took place digitally 10-12 November. It demonstrated that research in all work packages is advancing despite Covid-19. Thanks to the motivation and dedication of all project partners, RELACS already published more than five scientific publications and a policy briefing on the organic approach to inputs. The development of practice
Do you want to learn more about how much natural inputs are needed in the organic sector? Participate in IFOAM EU‘s session on “How much natural inputs does the organic sector need?” at Biofach 2020 on February 12 from 11.00-10.45 in Room Riga and meet Isabella Lang, Policy Coordinator at IFOAM EU.
Join our session on the organic approach to inputs during the 4th European Conference on Copper in Plant Protection
Do you want to learn more about the organic approach to inputs? Join our session on the recently published RELACS policy brief on the organic approach to inputs held by IFOAM EU’s Policy Coordinator Isabella Lang at the 4th European Conference on Copper in Plant Protection. The event will take place on on 14 and
On 3 and 4 December, the 5th edition of TP Organics‘ Organic Innovation Days will take place in Brussels. Stakeholders of the organic sector will gather to celebrate innovations and discuss future research needs. Do you want to join companies, researchers, farmers, farmer organisations and policy-makers from across Europe? Then have a look at the
Participate in the 4th European Conference on Copper in Plant Protection on 14 and 15 November in Berlin, Germany
IFOAM EU, BÖLW and Julius Kühn-Institut invite you to participate in the 4th edition of the European Conference on Copper in Plant Protection to share and discuss innovative ways to keep plants in organic and integrated plant protection systems healthy and identify research and farm management options to further reduce the use of copper. Farmers
Join IFOAM EU’s session on “Natural inputs in organic farming, availability & perspectives”during Biofach
Do you want to learn more about how we can ensure that natural inputs remain available in organic farming? Participate in IFOAM EU‘s session on “Natural inputs in organic farming, availability and perspectives” at Biofach 2019 on February 15 from 10.00-10.45 in Room Riga and meet Joelle Katto-Andrighetto, Head of Policy and Guarantee at IFOAM
The 6th International Conference on Organic Agriculture Sciences (ICOAS) that took place on the 7-9 November 2018 in Eisenstadt, Austria, presented the perfect opportunity for Dr. Veronika Maurer of the Department of Livestock Sciences Department of Livestock Sciences of the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL) to present RELACS. In a special session on pathways