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TITLE

CAMELINA: A CASH COVER CROP ENHANCING WATER AND SOIL CONSERVATION IN MEDITERRANEAN DRY-FARMING SYSTEMS

OBJECTIVE

4CE-MED project will design effective double cropping systems suitable for different environmental conditions able to decrease soil erosion, increase soil water availability and biodiversity and will provide available technologies at farm level to optimize agronomic management for site-specific systems including camelina as cash cover crop and will identify the most suitable camelina varieties for each local condition across different test environments
ACRONYM

4CE-MED

FUNDING SOURCE

H2020

WEBSITE www.4cemed.eu
REPORT Not available
CROP CATEGORIES

Oil

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PROJECT DURATION

2020-2023

PROJECT TYPE

European

NUTS3

ITH55 - Bologna

CROP CATEGORIES

Oil

KEYWORDS

Camelina

Oilseeds

Conservation agricultural systems

Harvesting

OTHER GEOLOCATION
FUNDING SOURCE

H2020

FINAL REPORT

N/A

TOPICS

Cultivation & agronomic management

Harvest & logistics

COORDINATOR

Andrea Monti

PARTNERS
  • N/A

  • 4CE-MED project will design effective double cropping systems suitable for different environmental conditions able to decrease soil erosion, increase soil water availability and biodiversity and will provide available technologies at farm level to optimize agronomic management for site-specific systems including camelina as cash cover crop and will identify the most suitable camelina varieties for each local condition across different test environments

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