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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!
First field day at Danish MAP

First field day at Danish MAP in collaboration with sister project “Green fields Strong roots”

On October 30th, ReMIX’s Danish MAP organized its first field event. The demonstration day tool place at Knudstrupgård, Fjenneslev in Zealand...
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Kick off of Multi-Actor Platforms

Kick off of Multi-Actor Platforms

Activities in the 11 Multi-Actor Platforms are kicking off.
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 WP6 team meeting

WP6 team meeting

The ReMIX Work Package 6 team led by Christine Watson (SRUC) met in Paris last week
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ReMIX modelling workshop

ReMIX modelling workshop

From 18 to 20 September, a ReMIX modelling workshop was held in Wageningen, the Netherlands.
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Farmers visit at Organic Field day

Farmers visit summer wheat – pea trial on the Organic Field day in Lelystad

WUR-PAGV hosted the Organic Field day on the research station in Lelystad, The Netherlands.
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Wheat-pea trial, the Netherlands

First observations spring wheat – pea trial on research station Lelystad

Spring wheat-pea trial sown on research station Lelystad, the Netherlands
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Successful Kick off of the ReMIX project

Successful Kick off of the ReMIX project

Delegates of the 23 organisations participating in ReMIX, attended the Kick-off meeting of the project that took place in Auzeville-Toulouse at the...
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First Organic Field Days at the Hessian State Domain Frankenhausen

First Organic Field Days at the Hessian State Domain Frankenhausen

On 21 and 22 June 2017, more than 8000 visitors attended the first ever nationwide Organic Field Days in Germany.
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