The aim of the Bio4safe project is to reduce water and fertiliser use in horticulture using biostimulants and innovative sensors tools.
We wanted to share the outcomes of the project with growers, agronomists, researchers, biostimulant producers, legislators and all other stakeholders.
The webinar that took place in December 2020 is available to view
This interactive webinar lasted approximately two hours and included:
- Biostimulant and sensor overview
- Results from biostimulant and sensor field trials on soft fruit, vegetables, ornamentals and arable crops
- Presentation of Free On-Line Biostimulant database (https://bio4safe.eu/en)
This webinar was in English language.
Webinars in French and Dutch language will follow in January 2021.
Check out our flyer to learn more about our mission.
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Ellen Dams, PCS ornamental plant research, Belgium
Since 2019 she has been working within the field of biostimulant and sensor use in the horticultural sector. She is the coordinator and the point of contact if you want to know more about the project.
Matevz Papp-Rupar, NIAB EMR, East Malling, UK
He is leading the research on the use of sensors and biostimulants in commercial strawberry and raspberry production and co-supervises the development of the biostimulant database and web-app.
Seppe Top, University of Ghent, Belgium
He is a PhD researcher, specialised in analysis and interpretation of sap flow, stem and leaf diameter sensor data.