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On this page, you can find the latest news from the ReMIX project on multi-actor approaches, species mixtures, intercrops and many more!
Diversification Budapest session 3

Niche management and diversification projects: How to turn theory into action and vice versa?

Outputs from a session focused on multi-stakeholders research held at the European Conference on Crop Diversification.
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Field Budapest Co-design session

Co-designing crop diversification at the field level

What do actors want? A session at the European Conference on Crop Diversification chaired by Kevin Morel (Catholic University of Leuven) and Anja...
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Budapest Diversification Conference learnings

Collaboration rather than competition between diversification value chains in Europe

Learnings from the workshop held in Budapest at the European Conference on Crop Diversification. The session was led by Barbara Koole (University of...
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Danish Multiactor platform october 2019

Busy October at the Danish MultiActor Platform

Farmers, advisors and professors from the Roskilde University have been sharing their knowledge on intercropping at several appointments.
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Budapest Conference Crop Diversification 2019

First European conference on crop diversification brings together more than 200 participants

The first European Conference on Crop Diversification took place from the 18th to the 21st of September 2019 in Budapest, Hungary. It explored the...
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New web page for the diversification cluster

The Diversification Cluster web page has been launched!

Six Horizon 2020 projects are working together in the crop diversification cluster. A web page is now available to inform about all its activities.
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Conference Diversification ReMIX Budapest

Promoting crop diversification in European agriculture: first Conference on Crop Diversification

The registration deadline is August 31, so do not miss the date!
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Intercropping harvesting INRA AGCO

First test for the combiner settings: harvesting intercrops in France

The harvest 2019 was the first year experiment to evaluate and optimize the harvesting machinery. The aim of this task, led by AGCO with the...
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reminder Congress Budapest September

Less than two months for the European Conference on Crop Diversification

This first edition will take place from September 18th to 21st, 2019 in Budapest, Hungary, and will explore how we can achieve the full potential of...
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Four "Remixers" strengthen their experimental skills in Tuscany

The project participants attended the International Summer School on Methods to System Experiments held in Volterra (Italy), June 23-28 2019
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