“Innovating European organic fruit production” – BIOFRUITNET’s 1st seminar, 3 December 2020, online
BIOFRUITNET launches a series of online seminars promoting innovative solutions in organic fruit growing. The first seminar takes place on 3 December 2020.
Experts will cover the management of sooty mold in organic apple growing, emerging pests in citrus and organic solutions and approaches regulating black cherry aphid (Myzus cerasi) in organic table cherry production.
Check out the full agenda and register to stay on top of the latest innovative solutions applied to organic pome, citrus and stone fruits.
The demand for European organic fruit is steadily increasing, placing organic farmers in a competitive, expanding market. The three-year project BIOFRUITNET aims to strengthen the competitiveness of European organic pome, stone and citrus production through strong knowledge networks.
Within BIOFRUITNET, IFOAM Organics Europe leads the knowledge transfer and dissemination through easy-to-read end user materials, such as practice abstracts and videos. IFOAM Organics Europe is also responsible for developing a communication kit to maximize the impact of BIOFRUITNET at events, fairs and congress.
BIOFRUITNET has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No 862850. This communication only reflects the author’s view. The Research Executive Agency is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information provided.