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Reduced tillage and green manures for sustainable organic cropping systems –TILMAN-ORG

Funding: CORE Organic II Funding Bodies, being partners of the FP7 ERA-Net project CORE Organic II.

Duration: 2011–2014

Project coordinator: Dr. Paul Mäder, Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL, Switzerland

Deputy coordinator: Dr. Christophe David, ISARA, France


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TILMAN-ORG project flyer


The overall goals of the project Reduced tillage and green manures for sustainable organic cropping systems – TILMAN-ORG are to design improved organic cropping systems with: enhanced productivity and nutrient use efficiency, more efficient weed management and increased biodiversity, but lower carbon footprints. The project is funded in the framework of CORE Organic II. More ...


Video: A spotlight on young researchers in the TILMAN-ORG project


Within the TILMAN-ORG project on reduced tillage systems, four PhD theses and several master theses... read more


New technical note on reduced tillage


Recently the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture FiBL published a technical guide on reduced... read more

Vidéo : Démonstration de charrues déchaumeuses (Avril 2014)


Le précédent cultural était un engrais vert gélif qui s’est spontanément enherbé au point de... read more

Vidéo : Démonstration de l’écimeuse CombCut


Les écimeuses sont des machines nouvelles, dont l’utilisation devrait venir en dernier recours, si... read more

Video: Unkrautschneider CombCut im Einsatz (Schweizerdeutsch)


Der Unkrautschneider CombCut ist ein neuer Maschinentyp, den ein schwedischer Biobauer gegen... read more

Cover: Guide "Earthworms – Architects of fertile soils"

Promotion of earthworms for soil fertility – new technical guide available


Earthworms play a key role in conserving soil fertility and are excellent indicators in... read more

Video: Reduzierte Bodenbearbeitung mit Schälpflug


Schälpflüge eignen sich besonders zur oberflächigen Stoppelbearbeitung. Im Gegensatz zu einem... read more

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