WaterFARMING Improvement of water and nutrient retention and use efficiency in arablefarming systems from field to catchment scale in Europe and North Africa

WaterFARMING goal is to enhance the water and nutrient retention capacity and improve use efficiency (Challenge 1) in diverse arable production systems across Europe and N. Africa, to seek means to reduce soil and water pollution (Challenge 2) for sustainable management of water resources (Challenge 3). More

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Last Updated March 20, 2019, 14:45 (UTC)
Created November 21, 2018, 10:00 (UTC)
acronym WaterFARMING
funder European Commission, Water JPI, WaterWorks2015
organizations1 helmholtz-centre-for-environmental-research-ufz
organizations10
organizations2 national-authority-for-remote-sensing-and-space-sciences-narss
organizations3 national-research-council-cnr-ibaf
organizations4 wageningen-university-research-wur
organizations5 fundacao-da-faculdade-de-ciencias-da-universidade-de-lisboa-ffcul
organizations6 the-centre-for-w-ater-research-and-technologies-certe
organizations7
organizations8
organizations9
partner bhim-bahadur-ghaley
partner1 seifeddine-jomaa
partner10
partner2 abd-alla-gad
partner3 marco-lauteri
partner4 niels-anten
partner5 cristina-maguas
partner6 makram-anane
partner7
partner8
partner9
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