The aim of the GROW project was to empower farmer and food-growing communities to improve the quality of soils using sensors, an app and satellite data.
AgriCapture Developing EO-powered services to promote soil carbon sequestration through regenerative agriculture
The AgriCapture project aims to respond to a market need for efficient and streamlined carbon capture solutions in land use, land use change and forestry and develop a platform for quantifying, verifying and promoting soil carbon captur
The aim of the ReMIX project was to analyse and optimize the functioning of species mixtures, also called intercrops, in order to help design sustainable and diversified cropping systems for both conventional and organic agriculture
LIFT Low-Input Farming and Territories – Integrating knowledge for improving ecosystem-based farming
The overall goal of LIFT was to identify potential benefits of the adoption of ecological farming in the European Union and to understand how socio-economic and policy factors impact the adoption, performance and sustainability of ecological farming at various scales, from farm- to regional level
The SOILCARE project developed the concept of soil-improving cropping systems (SICS) to advance the adoption of soil management while ensuring sustainability and profitability.
CONSOLE – CONtract SOLutions for Effective and lasting delivery of agri-environmental-climate public goods by EU agriculture and forestry
The overall objective of CONSOLE is to boost innovation in the lasting delivery of agri-environmental-climate public goods (AECPGs) by EU agriculture and forestry.
QuantiFarm – Assessing the impact of digital technology solutions in agriculture in real-life conditions
The overarching aim of the QuantiFarm project is to support the further deployment of digital technologies in agriculture (DATs) as key enablers for enhancing the sustainability performance and competitiveness of the agricultural sector. To achieve this goal, QuantiFarm aims to establish a comprehensive assessment framework for the independent qualitative and quantitative assessment of the multiple costs and benefits of DATs, as well as of their sustainability impact.
The main objective of the project is to develop a new generation agent-based model (ABM) tool taking advantage of the latest progress in big data, AI algorithms and others, as a means to overcome challenges to improving policy design and socio-economic and environmental assessments.
The goal of the LEGUMINOSE project is to establish intercropping as a climate-smart farming practice. For this, the project will investigate the benefits of intercropping beyond the well-studied effects on nitrogen dynamics, identify the obstacles to adoption of intercropping, and provide farmers across the EU with accessible, actionable, and science-based information for a profitable and sustainable agricultural transformation.
iSQAPER Interactive Soil Quality Assessment in Europe and China for Agricultural Productivity and Environmental Resilience
The main aim of iSQAPER was to develop an interactive soil quality assessment tool (SQAPP) for agricultural land users that integrates newly derived process understanding and accounts for the impact of agricultural land use and management on soil properties and functions, and related ecosystem services. For this purpose, >30 long-term experimental field trials in the […]