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TITLE

CULTIVATION AND CLONAL SELECCTION OF ELITE PLANTS FROM SAGE, ROSEMARY, MARJORAM AND SPIKE LAVANDER SPECIES FOR THEIR INNOVATIVE APPLICATION ON HUMAN HEALTH AND FOOD.  

OBJECTIVE

Improving the homogeneity and quality of the final products of aromatic plants as a means to increase the profitability and competitiveness of primary producers in rural areas, thus favoring the maintenance of agricultural holdings and the preservation of the environment and ecosystems.
ACRONYM

EPAM

FUNDING SOURCE

national/regional

WEBSITE Not available
REPORT Not available
CROP CATEGORIES

Speciality crops

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PROJECT DURATION

2018-2021

PROJECT TYPE

National

NUTS3

ES620 - Murcia

CROP CATEGORIES

Speciality crops

KEYWORDS

Aromatic and medicinal plants elite

Clones productivity and quality

Edaphoclimatic conditions

Food additives

Human health

OTHER GEOLOCATION
FUNDING SOURCE

national/regional

FINAL REPORT

N/A

TOPICS

Cultivation & agronomic management

Genetics & breeding

Uses/applications

COORDINATOR

Maria J. Jordán

PARTNERS

Sancho Bañón Arias

Improving the homogeneity and quality of the final products of aromatic plants as a means to increase the profitability and competitiveness of primary producers in rural areas, thus favoring the maintenance of agricultural holdings and the preservation of the environment and ecosystems.

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