Horti-BlueC project partner, University of Portsmouth did a sonification of data collected from a tomato trial.
Horti-BlueC proudly presented 4 webinars on the valorisation of sidestreams into building blocks for sustainable growing media
The third Newsletter of the Horti-BlueC is published! In this final Newsletter the main conclusions from the project are reported.
Tomato and strawberry plants deliver the same amount of fruits with a comparative quality when grown in a climate friendly manner.
Worden aardbeien of tomaten binnenkort geteeld met hernieuwbare potgrond. Het kan.
No more yield differences in tomato and strawberry when you remove environmentally damaging mineral wool and a large part of the peat in the cultivation substrate and replace it with renewable or less...
Horti-BlueC researchers Edward Collins and Cressida Bowyer from University of Portsmouth teamed up with the British Tomato Growers Association to create a fascinating fact file all about the health be...
The first two Horti-BlueC webinars were a succes.
Horti-BlueC is proud to present 4 webinars on the valorisation of sidestreams into building blocks for sustainable growing media