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Intercrops Europe Remix Greek

ReMIX project flyer available in 11 languages: intercropping goes multilingual

The project flyer is now available in all partners’ languages at the ReMIX site.
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Workshop Krakow February WP1 and 6

Next appointment: co-design workshop in Krakow

Krakow (Poland) will be hosting next February 25-26 a co-design workshop to stimulate the work already initiated at ReMIX 11 Multi-Actor Platforms...
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review report meeting brussels

Good review meeting in Brussels

After the submission of the first periodic report, last February 5th WP leaders and management team had the opportunity to share their points of view...
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Roskilde Map Workshop Jan 2019

Getting ready for the spring season: a workshop was held at Roskilde University.

The first co-design workshop with Danish satellite farmers took place last January 24th.
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Diversification Conference 2019

Registration and submission of abstracts is now open for the European Conference on Crop Diversification 2019.

The event, organized by the UE funded project DiverIMPACTS, counts on the support of five other H2020 projects, ReMIX being one of them.
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MAP meeting Denmark October

First results of ReMIX cropping trial shown in Denmark

Around 200 farmers and other interested public gathered on October 26th at the yearly conference of Agrovy –local consultancy collaborating with...
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Field Lab Scotland

A field lab on “Plant-teams” counted on the contribution of ReMIX

The field lab, organized by the Soil Association Scotland and the James Hutton Institute, took place at Leven, Scotland, last October 23 2018.
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SCIENCE Article

SCIENCE magazine visited REMIX project

An extensive story about France´s efforts to reduce the use of pesticides received the input from ReMIX project
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INRA is seeking for a researcher in agronomy/agroecology/ecology and soil-crop modelling

Post-Doc position open at INRA Montpellier in the frame of REMIX

She or he will be modelling intercrops (species mixtures) using soil-crop models and agronomic analyses to assess the efficacy and the resilience of...
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Danish MAP June 22nd

Danish MAP hosts a demonstration on biomass production of mixed cover crops with over 40 farmers and advisors

Last June 22nd around 40 farmers and advisors gathered near Fjenneslev village on Zealand for a demosntration organized by the the Danish MAP
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