Wrapping up the RELACS project: Policy roadmaps, videos & other publications

The RELACS project, which aims at finding alternatives to contentious inputs in organic farming, came to an end on 29 April. We would like to thank all actors involved for turning great ideas into reality.

Wrapping everything up, the project released nine new scientific papers abstracts, four practice abstracts, one news story, three roadmaps and one new video.

We developed three policy roadmaps that still needs to be approved by the European Commission:

For practitioners, the following practices abstracts are newly available on:

The following scientific publications are now available:

Moreover, the last news story is available now. On-farm trials on alternatives to anthelmintics during the RELACS project, explain the trials done by farmers interested in testing alternative parasite control strategies.

Last but not least, do not miss the latest video on the vibrational signal in orchards as a control tool.

Visit the RELACS website to learn more and revisit the project’s developments on Twitter and Facebook using @RELACSeu and #RELACSeu. The project will keep posting on social media until autumn 2022.

RELACS seeked to promote the development and adoption of environmentally safe and economically viable tools and technologies to reduce the use of external inputs in organic farming systems. IFOAM Organics Europe was responsible for the communication and dissemination of project results as well as the coordination of the science-practice-policy dialogue. RELACS was an EU Horizon 2020-funded project.

RELACS has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 773431. 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.

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