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ReMIX H2020 - Intercrops


News item on 3rd Newsletter

A year of hard work and strong adaptation to new circumstances

ReMIX 3rd Annual Newsletter comes out summarizing a year of project activities
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UK MAP intercropping results shared

"I expect about 30% more yield from the mixture"

Intercropping trials at the farms linked to the UK Multi-actor Platform, supported by the work of ReMIX partner SRUC (Scotland’s Rural College),...
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ReMIX PA Intercropping

First 12 ReMIX End-user Practice Abstracts now available

Over the course of the first 3 years of the ReMIX project, IFOAM EU and the respective authors have successfully delivered 12 practice abstracts as...
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Third Annual Meeting

Third ReMIX Annual Meeting was succesfully held online

ReMIX partners tried their best to overcome the sanitary crisis situation and succeded to hold a 2-days meeting full of content, interaction and...
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Interplay Serious Game ReMIX

Interplay Serious Game tested in UK with Frenck partners

UK MAP farmer members tested Interplay Serious Game with French and Scottish ReMIX teams
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video library intercropping

ReMIX project starts to build up a video library on intercropping

As the project goes on and the trials in the different Multiactor Platforms start to give their first results, partners are producing didactical...
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Call for papers open for ReMIX/Diversify Joint Conference organized by AAB

The deadline for the submission of papers is the 1st of June 2020. The conference, under the name "Intercropping for sustainability: Research...
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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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