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.
Located in Emilia, the InVite project investigates new technologies for reducing vineyard inputs and increasing viticulture resilience to climate change issues. In northwestern Italy, hillside non-irrigated vineyards are severely exposed to the impacts of drought and warming trends. In this context, the project team will test the efficacy of new water-retaining polymers (hydrogels) in preserving […]
CHANGE-UP – Innovative agroecological APProaches to achieving resilience to climate CHANGE in Mediterranean countries
The overall objective of the CHANGE-UP project is to design innovative farming systems for the Mediterranean area to build resilience to climate change, while ensuring food security and stable farmer income.
The overarching objective of VISCA is to facilitate increased climate resilience of wine production in the south of Europe, while minimizing costs to wine growers.
The SOILCARE project developed the concept of soil-improving cropping systems (SICS) to advance the adoption of soil management while ensuring sustainability and profitability.
BIOMAP2SOIL – Biological analysis of soils and advanced data analytics for precision agriculture maps
The main objective of the BIOMAP2SOIL project is the further development of a measurement method capturing physical, chemical and biological variability based on soil sampling.
FATIMA aims to help farmers in managing water and nutrient application in agricultural production, through the development of mapping tools and services.