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Project 15.01.2010 We dream of a greener world with less nutrient pollution of coastal waters and dependency on fossil fuels. This dream may become true if we increase the use of renewable energy sources and sustainable crop production systems. Learn about a joint Nordic project that combines these issues.
Project 02.12.2009 AgroTech has assisted the Danish contracting company MT Højgaard with the development of a new livestock building concept.
Story 18.08.2009 Vegetable farmers are ready for Controlled Traffic Farming, but they lack machines developed to run always in the same place and not all over the fields. That was the conclusion of a CTF Europe seminar held at Samsø during midsummer.
Event 01.07.2009 October 6 and 7 a workshop is held where scientists, advisers and horticulturists from all over the world exchange knowledge within the area of energy savings.
Project 09.06.2009 Food production accounts for a significant part of the total greenhouse gas emissions. This project focuses on climate-friendly production of dairy products.
Project 09.06.2009 Organic cress grown on hemp and in a greenhouse? The road from idea to final product is long, and a number of members of the value chain will have to be involved. AgroTech uses its specialist knowledge to offer assistance at all stages of the development process from primary produce to final consumption.
Project 09.06.2009 It can be very beneficial to use vegetable fibres in the production, even though it involves great challenges. AgroTech participates in a number of innovation projects where we assist companies with business and product development and in optimising the food chain from primary production to final consumption.
Story 12.03.2009 Infections in poultry is a common phenomenon which we have tried to combat for several years. Now a four-year project is going to find out how the transmission cycle can be broken – to the benefit of producers, animals and consumers.
Story 11.03.2009 Two ambitious Danish projects are going to change nurseries from large-scale energy users into energy producers.
Story 11.03.2009 Cows may not notice the new technological solutions, but farmers rely on them in their daily work.