The third Newsletter of the Horti-BlueC is published! In this final Newsletter the main conclusions from the project are reported.
Plant Select NV makes used of the ILVO infrastructure to improve their protocols.
Molecular tools for SES Vanderhave to contain pathogen spread in sugar beet.
The Ghent rooftop vegetable garden organisation ROOF FOOD, a pioneer in urban agriculture, called on ILVO to make their operations even more sustainable.
Japanese holly collection in the Bokrijk Arboretum is key to a co-creative breeding project.
Since 2013, ILVO has facilitated the export of pears to new markets by performing the necessary analyses of bacteria and insects.
"ILVO supports our breeding research into compact plants. Without ILVO, such research would be very difficult and financially impossible." - Rudy Raes (Rudy Raes Bloemzaden N.V.)
Farm composting: start-up and optimization.
"We strongly believe in the potential of rubber from the rubber dandelion and therefore continue to invest in the crop. Together with ILVO we are committed to the further optimization of the cultivati...