Latest Croplands Research Group Newsletter now available
The October 2022 Croplands Research Group Newsletter is now available!
This edition provides excellent examples of the categorization of the crop ecotypes of legumes across Ecuador to be used as a replacement for the synthetic nitrogen fertilizers. Also, the design of new prototypes to develop biostimulants and alternative products (carbohydrates, lipids, vitamins…etc.) from microalgae which can contribute to the development of a bio-economy to mitigate CO2 emissions. Improving soil health is key to increasing sustainable land use and promoting eco intensification, the optimization of the use of the resources that fulfils the SDGs in many aspects while adapting farming systems to climate change and mitigating climate change. Special issues and a list of very relevant events are also provided. Enjoy reading!